Liverpool scored 89 goals during a memorable 2018/19 Premier League season, with some wonderful strikes produced along the way
Much of the season has been focused on Premier League duties, however, as the Reds desperately tried to end the long wait for a title.
They ending up falling painfully short, but their efforts couldn’t be faulted, as they went head-to-head with a fantastic Man City team.
Pep Guardiola’s champions edged it by just one point in the end, but this should always be a season that is looked back on fondly, especially if glory is sealed in Madrid next month.
Liverpool’s official YouTube channel has released a must-watch video of every single one of the Reds’ 89 league goals in 2018/19, bringing back some great memories.
A stunning Trent Alexander-Arnold free-kick at Watford stood out as the season edged towards the December action, which started with a bang after Divock Origi broke Everton hearts in the dying seconds.
Salah produced a virtuoso display at Bournemouth, scoring a hat-trick, and a Xherdan Shaqiri-inspired Liverpool beat rivals Man United 3-1 in the following game, which saw Jose Mourinho sacked afterwards.
Mane was starting to find top form into February, and although both Leicester and West Ham felt his wrath, precious points were dropped against non-top-six sides for the first time.
A vital late Milner penalty at Fulham was another big moment, while Toby Alderweireld’s last-gasp own goal for Spurs yet again kept Liverpool in the title race.
Salah’s stunner at home to Chelsea was an incredible moment in front of the Kop and Naby Keita scored the Reds’ fastest-ever Premier League goal against relegated Huddersfield, with just 15 seconds on the clock.
Origi’s late winner at Newcastle was another spine-tingling winner and Mane scored the last league goal of the campaign at home to Watford on Sunday, capping off a relentless nine months.
Liverpool may not have clinched league glory, but when you look at the goals, the brilliance of this season is there for all to see.
What a year it has been.