Jurgen Klopp‘s side again showed their mettle, not panicking after a goalless first half and digging deep after the interval.
The Reds have shown remarkable consistency this season and that is summed up by the record they have now broken.
The victory over Cardiff has taken Klopp’s men to 88 points – a tally they have never achieved since the Premier League‘s inception in 1992.
Speaking post-match Klopp said he was pleased because “this squad deserves it.”
While reaching such a total is hugely impressive in its own right, there are still three league games remaining, with 97 points possible.
The Reds’ record was previously held by Rafa Benitez’s class of 2008/09, who finished second with 86 points.
More remarkably, Liverpool are also closing in on their best tally in the club’s entire history, with the club record of 90 points recorded back in 1987/88.