Liverpool 3-0 Leicester City: Reds Set Four Memorable Premier League Records

The message is becoming clearer to the rest of the Premier League teams aspiring to be champions come May.

If you want the title, then be ready for the fight of your life.

Liverpool won’t give it up easily and will fight for every single three points until they’re crowned champions. Others might pretend to have what it takes to topple them from the throne but, the present Liverpool squad is arguably the best in the country.

They’ve a midfield ready to work it soaks off and press the opposition to death. A defense, ready to keep the goals out and a vast array of attackers who are brilliant in finishing off the chances.

Leicester City were beaten and bruised by a Liverpool team missing superstars like Mohamed Salah, Van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Trent Alexander Arnold and many more.

Imagine, Jurgen Klopp had everyone fit and motivated to play, Leicester City would’ve be humiliated at Anfield.


Here are the Memorable Records.

Home Record- Liverpool haven’t lost a Premier League match in 64 outings at Anfield. A run streching back to April 2017.

Jota- Diego Jota is the first player in Liverpool’s history to score in each of his first four home top-flight league appearances for the club.

Andrew Robertson– Robertson who created Jota’s goal with a fine cross has now crated 31 Premier league assists. Only Kevin De Bruyne {41} has more than him in that time frame.

Liverpool- Jota’s memorable goal for Liverpool came after a sequence of 30 passes which is the most in the build up to any Premier League goal for the Reds.

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