Liverpool rewrite the record books with a stunning 18-game streak – Liverpool FC

Look up records in the dictionary and you’ll find Liverpool and such an extensive list are the formidable nature of this party below. Jurgen Klopp, and they added another on Wednesday.

This record comes from scoring two or more goals in 18 consecutive games in all competitions. You have read correctly. 18.

A beauty of a Jordan Henderson strike, a double from Mohamed Salah and a great tight ending from Diogo Jota set a possible record, and then several, in a 4-1 win at Everton.

It was another bubbly attack from the Reds, with easy opportunities arising not only against Everton but it was evident throughout the season.

Liverpool currently average three goals per game in the league and show no signs of slowing down, meaning their scoring two or more could soon be stretched beyond 18 games.

LIVERPOOL, UK - Wednesday, December 1, 2021: Liverpool players watch a smoke bomb on the pitch as Mohamed Salah celebrates after scoring the third goal in the FA Premier League match between Everton FC and Liverpool FC , 239th Merseyside Derby, at Goodison Park. (Photo by David Rawcliffe / Propaganda)

This record is not achieved by any other leading British fleet, with 1927 Sunderland The team is having a series of 17 matches that are overshadowed.

Liverpool’s achievements stem from the next trip Leeds on September 12, with a total of 57 goals scored during that time.

Breaking it down further, there have been three five-goal pushes, three four-goal hits, five three-goal hits and seven two-goal hits.

This is the latest in a long string of records the Liverpool side can claim under Klopp and it certainly won’t be the last.

These Reds? Liverpool rewrite the record books with a stunning 18-game streak – Liverpool FC

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