Despite winning the Premier League this season, Liverpool still have records to conquer.
After Man City’s 1-2 defeat against Chelsea, Liverpool officially won the Premier League title after 30 years of waiting. Can understand the overwhelming happiness of Liverpool people when they have waited for this glory for too long.
After witnessing the coronation of Liverpool, coach Jurgen Klopp confirmed that he would let the students release the door to celebrate. He even called on all to celebrate together because they made a great victory.
However, that does not mean that the remaining Liverpool games will be meaningless. Because they really want to assert themselves as the King of English football and more, The Kop still has the records that need to be conquered in the remaining 7 matches.
Most wins in a season – 32 (Man City, 2017/18 and 2018/19)
Under Pep Guardiola, Man City set a great record by winning 32 victories in a season in the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons. At the moment, Liverpool have 28 wins, which is less than Man City’s record of 4 wins.
Just win 5 victories in the remaining 7 rounds, Liverpool will officially break this record. If all goes well, The Kop could go down in Premier League history against Arsenal on July 16. If you win all the remaining games, the army of coach Jurgen Klopp will end the season with 35 victories. That is an extraordinary number.
Won the most points – 100 (Man City 2017/18)
Two seasons ago, Man City set a record as the first club to win 100 points in a Premier League season. At the moment, Liverpool are 86 points, less than the record 14 points.
Therefore, with just 5 wins in the remaining 7 rounds, Liverpool will officially set a new score record in the Premier League. Even, they also have the opportunity to break this record deep if they win all the remaining 7 matches.
Most wins at home – 18 (Chelsea, 2005/06; Man Utd, 2010/11; Man City, 2011/12 and 2018/19)
In Premier League history, up to 3 clubs have won 18 home games in a single season. They still cannot create a miracle in all 19 home games. Liverpool have a great opportunity to do this. At the moment, The Kop is maintaining a record of 16 consecutive victories at Anfield.
Making the biggest points gap with the team ranked 2nd – 19 points (Man City, 2017/18)
Man City won the Premier League 2017/18 with a distance of 19 points compared to the second place in the table Man Utd. But Liverpool this season can do much more than that.