Liverpool Already Have More Points Than Man Utd Earned All Last Season
Liverpool have already earned more points this season than Manchester United did in the whole of last season.
Jurgen Klopp's side are unbeaten in 40 Premier League games and their point haul is smashing records.
One notable stat is that they have already eclipsed United's point haul of last season, with their point total standing at 66.
United had a turbulent season in 18/19 which saw them sack Jose Mourinho and bring in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
It's a startling stat considering 'The Reds' have another 15 games to accrue a maximum of 45 points from.
Their domination in the Premier League this season means that they could break a slew of records in the next few months.
They are 33 points from reaching the 100 point mark, the haul only Manchester City have achieved in the Premier League era.
Furthermore, the current European Champions are only four games from the most consecutive top-flight victories and nine games from the longest unbeaten run in history.
In addition, they have equalled the number of wins of United's treble winning side of 98/99.
Liverpool have now won as many PL games this season as Manchester United did in the whole of 1998-99- Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) January 23, 2020
A slew of records are being broken as Liverpool march to their first ever Premier League title victory.
It's also a stark reminder for Manchester United fans as to how rapidly their club is declining.
Solskjaer is under intense pressure at Old Trafford and a 2-0 defeat to Burnley on Wednesday led to huge outcry from fans and pundits alike.
"At that time his record was phenomenal and you get caught up in emotions."- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) January 22, 2020
"The most impressive players this season have been the homegrown talent!"@rioferdy5 explains why he was so in favour of Solskjaer last season, and how "shoddy" recruitment has let Man Utd down... pic.twitter.com/gYQpy85erf
It'll sting even more seeing what their bitter rivals are doing at the top of the Premier League.
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