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Liverpool's record would be meaningless if they failed to win this season

Liverpool's record would be meaningless if they failed to win this season

Liverpool are able to break the record as the best club in the top five European leagues after winning over Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool continue to maintain positive results in the 2019-2020 English League.

The latest, they managed to beat host Tottenham Hotspur by a score of 1-0 in the 22nd week of the English League,

Victory over Tottenham Hotspur brought Liverpool firmly at the top of the Premier League standings with a collection of 61 points from 21 matches.

The record consists of 20 wins and one draw without being touched.

The collection, which reached 61 points in 21 parties, is the highest ever in the top five European leagues.

However, the Great achievements of the Reds apparently were not responded to so well by their players, Andrew Robertson.

Robertson assesses the record achieved by his team will be in vain if not able to become champions in the 2019-2020 season.

The Scottish left back assesses Liverpool's great records will only mean if at the end of this season they successfully grabbed the English League trophy.

That is based on the slick achievement of Liverpool last season, which was able to record a clean sheet record and the club's highest points record in the Premier League, but had to finish below Manchester City at the end of the season because they lost 1 point.

Liverpool's record would be meaningless if they failed to win this season

For us the records are not important.
"Breaking records is a good thing, but we will only see that if we win the English League trophy."

"Last season we helped set the record in terms of the most clean sheets but didn't win anything at the end of the season."

"The record is meaningless if we are not able to reach the goal. Hopefully this season we are able to win the championship trophy," Robertson added.

Liverpool's long wait to win the English League title will be satisfied if they are able to become champions this season.

Liverpool's record would be meaningless if they failed to win this season

The title fasting has long been felt by the Reds, the last time they felt the league title 30 years ago or rather towards the beginning of the Premier League era.


In the continued English Premier League, Liverpool will host Manchester United at Anfield Stadium.

Manchester United is the only pebble in Liverpool's journey to get full points in the Premier League this season.

Liverpool were only able to draw 1-1 when they met Manchester United at the first meeting at the Old Trafford Stadium on 20 October 2019.

At that time Marcus Rashford could bring the Red Devils Team ahead before Adam Lallana was able to save the Reds from defeat five minutes before the game ended.



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