Jurgen Klopp's side broke a club record - with 13 league wins in a row after their 3-0 win against Burnley. The win and clean sheet put the Reds back to the top of the Premier League table heading into the international break. The very loosely officiated game started off quite exciting.
Liverpool shifted their attention to their European rivals after a heroic performance at St Mary's in the Premier League. The Reds hosted Porto at Anfield in the Champions League quarter-final. With key personnel out in the shape of left-back Andy Robertson, Jurgen Klopp's Reds knew that they faced an arduous
Liverpool secure three points at home against Fulham whilst Chelsea and Arsenal both drop points. The Reds are now second in the table, just two points behind leaders Manchester City. Liverpool bounce back from their shock loss to Red Star Belgrade in Europe with a win at Anfield. Mohamed Salah's unstoppable speed
Both teams share the points in an eventful match between Arsenal and Liverpool at the Emirates. James Milner opened up the scoreline but was foiled by Alexandre Lacazette who grabbed an 82nd minute equaliser. Despite Arsenal's domination in possession, it was Liverpool who eventually broke the deadlock. James Milner was the player