The Reds were in fine form on Saturday afternoon thrashing Southampton 4-0 at home to go within a point of Chelsea who play Manchester United today.
The win was as impressive as one would get, scoring two goals in each half to add to the to 2-0 win over Porto in the Champions League.
Diogo Jota who has been a great player for Liverpool registered two goals for the Reds before Thiago who scored a world class goal in midweek netted the team’s third.
Virgil Van Dijk then registered his first goal of the season to make it 4-0 for the Reds at full time.
The win meant that Liverpool equaled a record set by Sunderland in 1921.
The club has now scored 2+ goals in 17 consecutive games in all competitions and becoming only the second ever English top-flight club to achieve this feat after Sunderland in 1927.