Liverpool In Line To Receive Special Gold Premier League Trophy
Liverpool will receive a special gold Premier League trophy if they remain unbeaten for the rest of the season.
Jurgen Klopp's side are 25 points clear at the top of the Premier League and could win the title as early as next month.
According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool will be given a special gold Premier League title if they remain unbeaten for the final 12 games of the season.
Arsenal's 'Invincibles' from 2003/2004 were given the trophy with their win/loss record engraved on it.
The trophy is also a tad smaller than the actual Premier League title which likely comes as no surprise.
Arsenal are the only team to have received a gold Premier League trophy after their 'Invincibles' season in 2004. pic.twitter.com/YUf64BTryY
- FootballFunnys (@FootballFunnnys) March 5, 2017
Liverpool still have to face off with Manchester City as well as Chelsea in the coming weeks so the gold trophy is not a formality.
However, it's looking unlikely that they fall to defeat between now and May considering their current form.
Klopp has played down his side's achievements this season and admitted they 'don't feel invincible'.
"I promise you I don't lie but we just don't feel it," the Liverpool boss said following his side's victory over Wolves at the beginning of the month.
"I am a very optimistic person but not before a football game. My main feeling before the game [vs Wolves] was concern.
"They had too many shots but what Ali [Alisson] is doing to make the saves look so simple I have no clue. The finishes were good but Ali is there.
"We are not perfect, not even close to being perfect, but we don't care about being perfect. We just try and use our skills in the best possible way.
"The boys do that and that is why we have these kind of numbers. It just feels like the hardest work."
Liverpool's last 38 League games:
P 38 W 35 D 3 L 0 Pts 108
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHT
- The Anfield Wrap (@TheAnfieldWrap) February 17, 2020
They're also one of the favourites to win the Champions League and they travel to Spain to take on Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night.
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