Liverpool were confirmed as Premier League champions on Thursday having set records galore during a truly dominant campaign.
Chelsea’s 2-1 win over second-placed Manchester City meant Jurgen Klopp’s side won the title with seven games to spare.
That beat the previous Premier League record of five matches remaining, which has been achieved by both Manchester United and Manchester City.
Liverpool’s lead at the top is currently a whopping 23 points, so they are well on course for the biggest winning margin of all time – with City’s 19-point advantage from two seasons ago the current record.
Jurgen Klopp’s champions will also have another of Pep Guardiola’s records in their sights, with 15 points needed from their remaining seven games to beat the highest ever Premier League points total of 100, which City also set during the 2017-2018 campaign.
Guardiola’s side can have their say on that when his deposed title winners meet the newly crowned champions next Thursday (July 2).
In the meantime, here are all the records Liverpool have set this season – and the ones they can still achieve.
Records Liverpool have set this season
Klopp’s side have sealed the title with seven games to spare, eclipsing Manchester United (2000-01) and Manchester City (2017-18) who sealed their respective titles with five games left.
Liverpool’s 4-0 win against Crystal Palace on Wednesday marked their 23rd successive home league victory, eclipsing Manchester City’s record of 20 between 2011-12.
Beat Southampton 4-0 on Feb. 1 to move 22 points clear of City at the top of the table for the biggest lead in Premier League history. That grew to 25 points after a 1-0 victory against Norwich City later that month.
Liverpool’s 1-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur on Jan. 11 meant they set a new record for points gained from the first 21 games in any of Europe’s ‘Big Five’ leagues (61).
They won their next six games to swell their points tally to 79 from their first 27 matches, before losing 3-0 at Watford.
With their win at Tottenham, Liverpool set the record for most points gained across a 38-match spell in the Premier League (104), surpassing 102-point stretches by City and Chelsea.
Liverpool had beaten 18 of the 19 teams in the league heading into their match against West Ham on Jan. 29. A 2-0 victory against the Hammers marked the first time they had defeated every team in a single top-flight campaign in the club’s 127-year history.
Mohamed Salah became the first Liverpool player to score 20 goals in all competitions in three consecutive seasons since Michael Owen between 2000-01 and 2002-03 when the Egyptian striker scored in a 2-1 win against Bournemouth.
Records Liverpool could still break
Liverpool have racked up 86 points from 31 games and need 15 more to set the record for most points in a Premier League season, eclipsing City’s tally of 100 from the 2017-18 campaign.
Liverpool need to win their remaining three games at Anfield to become the first Premier League side to win all 19 home games in a season.
Three home wins would also ensure they set the record for most home points in a season which is currently held jointly by Chelsea (2005-06), Manchester United (2010-11) and Manchester City (2011-12) who each picked up 55 points.
Liverpool have won 28 games this season and need five more wins to break City’s record of 32 in a Premier League campaign.
If Liverpool win their remaining seven games, they will end the season with 107 points, breaking Reading’s record for most points in an English league campaign (106 in 2005-06).
City set the record for the largest margin of victory in the Premier League when they won the title by 19 points in 2017-18 and Liverpool are on track to surpass that.
Liverpool have won 12 of their 15 away matches and can equal City’s record of 16 away victories from 2017/18 if they win their remaining four games on the road.
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