Liverpool FC set a new record of an unbeaten league match at Anfield. Liverpool FC wins at 3-0 against Leicester City.
Liverpool the top scorer is out due to Coronavirus. The best defender has been ruled out for the entire season due to injury.
Another regular center back is also in the hospital. Where he is the captain of his team-mates, providing maximum assistance to the team’s goals in the last few seasons and is one of the most important players in the newcomer’s team. In the midst of so many problems, Liverpool is on the field.
And this victory set a unique record for the team. They remained unbeaten in 64 consecutive matches in the league. The club has never before held the record for most unbeaten matches in their league history.
Out of these 64 matches, they have won 53 matches and the remaining eleven draws. After losing 2-1 to Crystal Palace in April 2016, the club has not seen a loss on home soil in the league.
On the other hand, let’s talk about quality. The Senegalese winger has yet to lose a league match at Anfield since coming to Liverpool from Southampton in 2016.
Liverpool started playing without Voyder from the beginning. The defense has suffered more due to injuries, so maybe Klopp instilled in the players the mentality of ‘I will score more goals than I score’! It didn’t take long to reap the benefits of this over-aggressive mentality.
Regular right-back Trent Alexander Arnold was replaced by veteran James Milner. Former Manchester United center-back Johnny Evans netted a corner in the 21st minute with an inverted header. Liverpool fans should like the generosity of this former ‘warrior’ of the enemy camp!
Liverpool’s next goal was a great display of team craft. Portuguese winger Diego Jota scored after hitting his head on a cross measured by left-back Andy Robertson after exchanging balls thirty times in a row.
The star, who came to the team from Wolverhampton at the beginning of the season, seems to be unable to stop scoring goals! The shoe became the first Liverpool player to score four goals in his first four home games. In all, the star scored eight goals in 12 appearances for Liverpool.