Last updated on September 1, 2019
Premier League leaders Liverpool put a new team record of 13 straight leading flight wins with a 3-0 success at Burnley on Saturday, claiming their two-point edge over champions Manchester City.
After Burnley started shining, with forwards Chris Wood forcing a historical save from Adrian, Liverpool got ahead in the 33rd minute, albeit in lucky fashion.
If Sean Dyche’s adverse felt fortune was against them using the opener that they had only themselves to blame if they handed Liverpool another goal four minutes after.
Burnley skipper Ben Mee passed directly to Roberto Firmino, who burst ahead and then slid the ball to Sadio Mane, who ended with precision to the bottom corner.
Firmino wrapped up the win nine minutes, in conclusion, forcing beyond Pope after great work from Mohamed Salah, who skipped past two challenges before putting the Brazilian up.
The club’s record place between April and October 1990, once Kenny Dalglish handled the group.