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Liverpool set to break Premier League goals record

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Liverpool FC's Facebook page released a photograph on Tuesday showing the goalscoring totals for each season in the Premier League since 1992.

This photo revealed Liverpool's progress in netting the ball, showing that they are just four goals away from making this year the highest scoring campaign since 1991. 

Brendan Rodgers has to be given credit: this is a squad that looks to be genuinely strong, and finally fulfilling the things their club has expected of them over the past years.

Of course, the goalscoring is attributed to certain players more than others, and the role of top-name players like Luis Suarez, Steven Gerrard, Philippe Coutinho, and Daniel Sturridge have proven their value to the club in the past weeks, netting an incredible amount of goals even in their defeats.

The future is unknown, but one thing is certain: fans of the Reds are content with their team at this moment in time, without a doubt.


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