Liverpool set multiple record after Villarrea win


Liverpool have set a new landmark in their number of Champions League goals in a single season

Liverpool celebrate after full time whistle against Villarreal 

Liverpool ran out 5-2 winners against Villarreal
in  the Champions League on Tuesday evening,  thumping the Yellow Submarines 3-2 in Spain.

Goals from Fabinho, Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane were abundant for the Reds to scale through Unai Emery's in-form side.

Liverpool break 130-year old goalscoring record

Three goals scored at the Estadio de La ceramica at the European night means Jurgen Klopp's men have set a new landmark of most goals scored in a single season in the club's history.

Ending a record which stemmed from the founding of the club means Jurgen Klopp's squad names will be shelved alongside their incredible feat attained.

Liverpool may have set a quadruple record even before winning it

Liverpool is the only team in Europe to have reached all competitions final this season.

Apparently, a second Premier League title win in three years is still on cards for the Reds despite trailing one point to leaders Manchester City.

After booking their place in Paris on Tuesday night against Villarreal, they became the first ever English club to reach the Champions League final, Fa Cup final and the Carabao Cup final already won by them.

Jurgen Klopp join the league of managers to reach four Champions League finals

Klopp's men success at Villarreal saw the German boss listed among three other managers, Sir Alex  Ferguson, Carlo Ancelotti and Marcelo Lippi who have recorded the most appearances in the Champions League final.

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