Jurgen Klopp’s team broke a new record Wednesday after beating Brighton 3-1, thanks to a brace from Mohamed Salah and a radical strike from Captain Jordan Henderson.
He has now won 30 of his 34 previous matches, the fastest of all the camps has reached this number of victories in the history of the English Football League.
However, although he only needs nine more points in his four remaining games to break the record, Klopp insists he doesn’t care about making history.
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Bad, mane, Firmino stage
Liverpool certainly failed to cope with Brighton, who promptly retaliated after losing two goals in the first 10 minutes.
A goal from Leandro Trossard had given the hosts hope, but as Brighton pushed for an equalizer, Liverpool talisman Salah appeared with a clever head to put the game to rest.
The Egyptian now has 19 league goals this season and is just three behind current top scorer Jamie Vardy.
Klopp has now seen his dynamic trio before Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino score 250 goals during his club tenure – a total that should be added to other games.
Salah leads with 94 goals, Mane with 79 and Firmino with 77 in all competitions.
Liverpool will host Burnley in their next Premier League match before two tough games against Arsenal and Chelsea. The Reds will then face Newcastle in the last game of the season.