– Liverpool beat West Ham to remain unbeaten run to 24 in the Premier League this season
– Mo Salah and Oxlade-Chamberlain scored the goals that handed the Reds victory at the London Stadium
– The Merseysiders have now beaten all 19 teams so far this campaign Liverpool stretched their unbeaten run to 24 games this campaign following their 2-0 win over West Ham United at the London Stadium on Wednesday night. A goal each from Mohamed Salah and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain helped the Reds open a 19 point gap over second-place team Manchester City. Coach Jurgen Klopp’s men are also on the verge of winning their first-ever Premier League title in over 30 years – a year after winning their sixth Champions League trophy.
The Merseyside outfit remains unstoppable in the English league so far this campaign having beaten all 19 other teams in the process.
With 24 round of matches completed, Liverpool have already amassed 70 points and they could surpass Man City’s 100 points at the end of this campaign.
Manchester United are the only team to have forced the Reds to a draw in the EPL so far in October 2019, but the second leg ended in tears for the Red Devils.
Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah both scored a goal each to hand the Anfield side maximum points after regulation period.
Give Me Sport believes the Reds can end the season without losing a single match and they could also break Arsenal’s long-standing record. The Gunners won their last Premier League title in 2004 unbeaten – making them the only team to have achieved the feat thus far.
Klopp’s men are undefeated in their last 41 EPL games. That’s now the second-longest run in Premier League history, overtaking Chelsea’s 2004/05 team.
They will need eight more games to equal the north Londoners’ record – and they look like they can make that happen.
It was earlier reported that Liverpool stretch their leadership on the Premier League table to 19 points following their 2-0 victory against West Ham United at the London Stadium on Wednesday, January 19. A goal each from Mohamed Salah and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in either half of the meeting handed the Reds maximum victory after the game. The victory, however, pushes Jurgen Klopp men closer to clinching their first English top-flight title in well over three decades. Salah fired the Reds ahead in the 35th minute through a well-taken penalty that went past Lukasz Fabianski towards the end of the first half.