Liverpool’s 2018/19 season was unforgettable for a multitude of reasons, and we take a look at the numbers behind the Reds’ incredible campaign.
On an individual and team level, it was a campaign to remember as Liverpool continued their meteoric rise and set a new benchmark for what is expected in the years ahead.
The Reds thrived both on and off the pitch and with the 2018/19 campaign slowly moving towards the rearview mirror, we take a look at the season in numbers.
The Reds played 53 games across all competitions throughout the 2018/19 campaign, three fewer than last season: 38 were won, eight drawn and seven lost.
The number of players Klopp called upon in all competitions this season – three fewer than last season and the least used by Klopp in his time at Liverpool.
The amount of league games Liverpool have now played without a loss at Anfield, making it two consecutive unbeaten home seasons for the first time since 1978/79 and 1979/80.
The number of wins Liverpool recorded in all competitions – 30 in the league and eight in the Champions League.
The number of goals scored by Mohamed Salah in all competitions. A return which saw him become the first Liverpool player since Luis Suarez (2012/13 and 2013/14) to score 20-plus goals in consecutive seasons.
The amount of completed dribbles past Virgil van Dijk, a record which spans across 64 appearances for the club.
Liverpool succumbed to defeat on just seven occasions in all competitions this season – the Reds’ best record in a campaign which included European football since 2008/09 (five).
The number of days from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain suffering a serious knee injury to the day he made his return to the first team.
League goals were conceded by Liverpool, the fewest of any Reds side since the inception of the Premier League.
The number of different goalscorers the Reds had this season, domestically and in Europe.
The number of points collected by Klopp’s side in the league this season – a club-record points tally.
Goals scored from substitutes in all competitions. Shaqiri, Origi and Roberto Firmino proved most effective from the bench with three goals apiece.
The longest stretch of games the Reds went without a defeat – a period which started against Brighton in January and came to an end against Barcelona in early May.
The amount of goals Liverpool scored in the last 15 minutes of games throughout the season.
At just 20 years of age, Alexander-Arnold became the first player in history aged under 21 to start consecutive European Cup finals.
The number of times Liverpool led at any point during their 53 games this season.
The estimated number of people who took to the streets in Liverpool to celebrate the new champions of Europe during their victory parade.
Incredible scenes for an incredible team, after a season no Red will forget in a hurry.