Could this finally be Liverpool’s year?

The iconic Gerrard slip

It has been coming for a long time now. The closest they came to winning the league title was back in 2014. They did have everything going right for them until the iconic Gerrard slip, which eventually cost them the title.

Brendan Rodgers did all he could but then he got sacked. Since then, the reds have been putting an unbelievable shift under their new manager Jurgen Klopp.

The Unbeatables?

But, it was back then. Now the reds have been hailed as Unbeatable Giants ( at least for now). The current league leaders have now gone 365 games unbeaten in all competition.

After defeating Tottenham Hotspurs 1-0 Saturday, they are now 16 points ahead of title-chasing Leicester City and 17 points ahead of the current title holders Manchester City. That is one scary stats if you are not a Liverpool fan.

The New Invincibles, Maybe?

Some are even saying that Liverpool is the new Invincibles. But there is still a long way to go. But the stats are seriously unbelievable.

After defeating Spurs last night, could Liverpool go unbeaten the entire season? That is a question we would all like to know.

The work shift Liverpool players have been showing in recent years is absolutely incredible. The players, the managers, everybody in the team are really onto something this time.

Jurgen Klopp now has won Premier League Manager of the Month for a 4th consecutive time in the last five months. How good is he?


Many will say that Liverpool is top of the league comfortably only because of the VAR. Liverpool has been favored by the VAR decisions quite a lot since the introduction. Some of them are game-changing decisions as well.

So it’s not entirely wrong to call out VAR. To be totally honest, VAR hasn’t been doing so well as it was expected to be. Many of the decisions that could have resulted in Liverpool’s defeat and they would have lost the game.

But the decision changed the entire game and Liverpool ended up winning every one of them.

VAR or not, we can all agree that Jurgen Klopp’s side has been phenomenal this season. According to the stats, Liverpool now has gone an entire season unbeaten (in days).

We can all moan about how poor the VAR has been but it goes without saying, it does look like Liverpool’s year this time. Can anybody catch the team? Can current title holders catch the leaders? We will know that at the end of the season.