Liverpool ‘King’s’ records have been set in the 2019/20 Premier League


Not only did Liverpool quench the thirst for the championship that lasted for three decades, Liverpool also set a number of records after officially taking the throne in the Premier League this season. Join Happyluke to review the records that this team has set and do not forget these milestones! Happyluke is the century’s leading online sports betting and Asia’s best online gambling site 2021.

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The earliest English Premier (after 31 rounds)

In the 2000/01 season, Man United crowned the Premier League 5 rounds early. However, thanks to the help of Chelsea (lowering the second team Man City 2-1), Liverpool officially won the Premier League 2019-20 after Man City lost 1-2 at Chelsea in the late match of round 31. Juergen Klopp’s team was fully crowned and broke many records.

Although not unbeaten like Arsenal Invincible 2004, but in the last great season, Liverpool also set some memorable milestones. And with the remaining 7 rounds, they can also set new records. Liverpool’s 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace along with City’s 1-2 defeat at Stamford Bridge officially brought The Kop to the championship of the Premier League 2019-20 early 7 rounds. This is an unprecedented record, far from the 5-round milestone that MU 2000-01 and Man City 2017-8 held together.

The latest champion (June 25)

Due to the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic, Liverpool had to wait until the end of June, to be exact June 25, to reach the top of the Premier League. No championship team has had to wait that long, and this unhappy record will probably never be broken.

Liverpool finally won the Premier League after three decades

Most consecutive home wins: 23 matches

This season, Liverpool have won 16 matches at home Anfield. Plus 7 consecutive wins at the end of the 2018-19 season, they had 23 consecutive wins at Anfield (in the Premier League). The last time they lost points at home was in Leicester 1-1 draw on January 30 last year. From now to the end of the season, Liverpool has 3 more home games left to meet Aston Villa (July 5), Burnley (July 11), and Chelsea (July 18), so this record may be extended.

Most consecutive wins: 18 matches

On October 20 of last year, Liverpool broke the chain of 8 consecutive victories when MU held a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford, but after that, they set a record of 18 consecutive wins until February 2020. Liverpool’s first defeat, and the only one (so far) was a 0-3 defeat at Watford on February 29.

Most wins: 32 games (Man City 2017-18, 2018-19)

Record-breaking date: July 15, against Arsenal

Liverpool has 28 wins, while the Premier League has 7 more rounds. They are allowed to lose points in two more matches and still break this Man City record. In the best case scenario, Liverpool can set an unbelievable record: winning 35 games in one season.

In the next 7 rounds, Liverpool will meet 3 big teams (Man City, Arsenal, Chelsea) and 4 underdogs (Aston Villa, Brighton, Burnley and Newcastle).

Winning this season has helped Liverpool break many records

Won the most points: 100 (Man City, 2017/18)

Record-Breaking Date: July 15, against Arsenal

Is winning 15 points in the remaining 7 rounds a difficult task for Liverpool, the team that has only lost 1 match this season? In fact, The Kop is allowed to lose 6 points for the rest of the season and still be able to surpass the 100-point record that Blue Man holds. Now, if they win the next 5 games, Liverpool will set a new record on July 15, in the match against Arsenal.

Most home wins in a season: 18 (Chelsea, 2005/06; MU, 2010/11; Man City, 2011/12 and 2018/19)

Record-Breaking Date: July 18, against Chelsea.

Liverpool has won 16 matches at home, and if they beat Aston Villa (July 8), Burnley (July 11), and Chelsea (July 18), they will set an unprecedented record when they return into the only team to score the absolute score at home in one season.

Liverpool has never lost a home game since losing to Crystal Palace in April 2017. Over the past 3 years, they have gone through 46 wins, 10 draws at Anfield.

Most away wins (16)

Man City is once again the team that holds this record with 16 wins. Due to having drawn M.U, Everton and losing to Watford, Liverpool can only balance Man City’s performance if they win all four remaining away matches.

Many new records have been set by the team

Champion with the biggest difference: 19 points (Man City, 2017/18)

Liverpool is 23 points ahead of the second team Man City and if they keep playing with their current form, they can completely surpass the 19-point record that Man City had set in the 2017-18 season

The match against Man City at Etihad in the next round, therefore, is quite important in setting this record. If Liverpool lose, the gap will be narrowed to 20 points, and they are not allowed to lose more points than Man City for the rest of the season.

Most home scores (55)

Chelsea (2005/06), Man United (2010/11) and Man City (2011/12) are the three clubs that hold the record for most points at home in a Premier League season. Liverpool currently owns 48 points, so the only way for them to break this record is nothing but winning all three remaining home matches, meeting Aston Villa, Burnley and Chelsea respectively (maximum 57 points).

Most away points (50)

No team has won as many points on guests as Man City in the 2017/18 season, earning 50 out of 57 points. Liverpool currently holds 38 points, so they are forced to win all four remaining matches to balance the achievement that Man City holds.

Most goals scored (106)

Man City scored 106 goals in the 2017/18 season. After 31 rounds this season, Liverpool has 70 goals. This is a relatively large number, but that may not be enough for them to break the Man City record. In theory, Liverpool needs to score 37 goals in the remaining 7 rounds, averaging more than 5 goals/ game, which is impossible.

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