Are Liverpool the new invincibles?
With Liverpool unbeaten so far this season, the scouse team are on track to make history and outdo the legendary Arsenal squad from 2004.
Football fans are poised waiting to see if Liverpool will win the league, but with only 14 fixtures left the result could go either way.
Arsenal went 49 games without defeat throughout 2003/04 in arguably the most impressive Premier League campaign to date.
And whilst no other team has made such an impact since, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool squad are currently a whopping 16 points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand over the rest of the league.
Should Liverpool remain unbeaten in the final 14 games of the season they will match the record set by the Arsenal Invincible’s back in 2004.
A 2-0 win over West Ham on Wednesday Night means that Liverpool are now storming ahead, unbeaten in their last 41 matches; just eight away from Arsenal’s record of 49.
Liverpool can break more records this season, too.
Fellow northern team Man City won 32 matches in both of the past two campaigns and Liverpool are a mere 9 victories away from over taking them in record tables.
They could also surpass Chelsea from the clubs record 2006 season and Man United from 2011 with the most home wins in history. In addition if they continue their winning streak Liverpool could also break the record for the most away wins in a row providing they beat Man City’s record of 16 in 2017/18.
If Liverpool can win the league and outdo all of the records achieved by Arsenal and go invincible, the club achieve will climb the archives of league tables with a more impressive win by any team in footballing history.
The question is if Liverpool do this – will they be the best team that the Premier League has ever seen? You decide….
Written By Jacob Adatia