Henry Jackson (@OnFootballTweet) takes a look at some of Liverpool’s hugely impassive statistics over the course of their excellent 2013/14 season.
– Number of goals scored in the Premier League; a new club record.
– Premier League points won by Liverpool; second only to their record of 86 set in 2008/09.
– League goals scored by Luis Suarez; the most by a Liverpool player in the Premier League era. Previous best: 28 by Robbie Fowler.
– The number of Suarez’s goals that came from the penalty spot.
– Steven Gerrard’s assists for the season in the Premier League; more than any other player.
– Number of chances created by the Reds.
– The number of league goals scored via set pieces.
– The number of points Liverpool finished ahead of Manchester United.
– Number of league goals scored by Martin Skrtel; more than any other defender.
– The average attendance at Anfield during the 2013/14 campaign.
– Liverpool’s average possession percentage for the season.
– Liverpool’s passing accuracy percentage for the season.
– Number of Premier League matches lost in 2014.
– Number of penalties scored by Steven Gerrard in all competitions.
– Number of games won in a row between 8th February and 20th April.
– Number of defeats suffered by the Reds in the league; their fewest since 2008/09.
– The number of first-half goals scored by Liverpool; more than 14 teams combined.
– Liverpool’s win percentage this season.
– The average of number of passes per game by the Reds
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– When Liverpool FC return to Champions League football
What is your favourite statistic of Liverpool’s 2013/14 season? Let us know in the comments section below.