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The Premier League leaders eclipsed Manchester City records after a win over Spurs

Liverpool is incredible this season and they made a small piece of history after the latest win.

Liverpool have been absolutely unstoppable till date. The recent 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday maintained their unbeaten start to the 2019/20 campaign. Spurs tried hard to find for an equalizer but the team couldn’t make the most out of the chances offered.

The Premier League leaders are currently on a run of 20 wins and one draw from their first 21 matches played this season.

Liverpool not only eclipsed the record of Manchester city by making the best ever start to the English top-flight season. City have previously won 19 matches and drawing two by the same stage of the season just two years ago.

Not only this, but Jürgen Klopp’s side also assured to make the best ever start made by any team in Europe’s big five leagues.

The record of Premier League is surely better than some true legendary teams including those free managed by Pep Guardiola in recent years.

This really hails the league leaders for being absolutely unbreakable and for home fans to how special Jürgen Klopp’s side is. Now that after creating a small piece of history as they’ve broken another hugely impressive City’s record.

But the fans are still not much ahead of themselves. The club’s last title victory was seen some thirty years ago with many false beginnings in that period.

Opta Joe updated the stat in the tweet below.

The Reds have collected 104 points from their last 38 games from the campaign, more than any Premier League team has ever accumulated over that number of matches, beating City’s huge record of 102.

There are more details and comparisons with other great sides in the tweet below from Nick Harris.

Jürgen Klopp’s side sits 16 points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand over second-placed Leicester City.

Author’s Take:

The status above highlights how consistent Liverpool had been in the course of 38 matches. This calls for real hard work from other clubs that would be required to beat them. The numbers also depict how this time Liverpool is well on its way of becoming one of the best ever.

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