Premier League: Liverpool leads while rest of the league takes digs at them

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Liverpool leading the Premier League doesn’t do justice to what they are really doing. Liverpool dominating the league is the only way to describe what they are achieving this season.

Following the weekend’s results in Matchday 25 of the Premier League where Liverpool won their 24th for the season, while Man City lost in a big top-six clash to Jose Mourinho’s Spurs, many things were said about Jurgen Klopp and his team.

With their victory over the Saints, the Reds further stretched their lead to 22 points at the summit of the EPL standings. After all the drama that unfolded, Jurgen Klopp brags equalling Nottingham Forest’s record of 42 games undefeated.

A record unreachable since 1979. The loss endured by City signalled the fight for the Premier League crown is just about over, with the Reds having more than one hand firmly placed on the trophy this early on in the campaign.

Liverpool’s numbers for the 2019-2020 Premier League season:

  • Games Played – 25 Games
  • Results – 24 Wins; 1 Draw; 0 Losses
  • Points collected – 73 from 75
  • Goals For – 60 Goals
  • Goals Against – 15 Goals
  • Clean Sheets – 11 Clean Sheets [9 in the last 11 games]
  • Last Loss  – January 3, 2019, Man City 2-1 away

Going even more in-depth with Liverpool’s stats in their record-breaking era. Besides collecting 73 points from the 75 played for this term, Liverpool tallied 111 points from 126 played for since their last Premier League loss.

It’s simply breathtaking that they haven’t lost a game since then, drawing five times, and winning 37 games in the process of heading for their first English Top Flight gold in 30 years.

They also sail steady on Man City’s 18 straight wins in a single campaign. After beating Southampton, they’ve gone and won all of their last 16 games. The only record safe for a short while is Pep’s 32-game winning season. A feat his side accomplished twice in his time at the club.

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