With Salah and Andy Robertson back in the side, Liverpool was considerably more fluid and would have easily been able to win the match with more goals.
But the statistic that underlines their dominance is clear.
Since society statistical statistics Opta started in 2008, Liverpool is the first team to prevent a camp outside of having a single touch in their penalty area.
They were helped by the key man for Crystal Palace, Wilfried Zaha, who was injured in the first half – but it’s still very impressive.
It is this kind of superb control on the games that allowed Liverpool to beat 23 points without fault in the race for the title.
Midfielder Fabinho was among those who stood out for Liverpool as he has completed 97 percent of his passes, including by playing a perfect ball for the first goal.
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They will be crowned champions this evening – with seven games to play – if Manchester City fails to pick up the three points to Chelsea.
Chelsea vs City will begin at 20: 15 on Thursday evening.