Sunday was an incredible day of Premier League football.
Four fixtures were scheduled with three televised games - Liverpool vs Fulham, Chelsea vs Everton and the Manchester derby. Meanwhile, Arsenal vs Wolves also took place.
But with three games being shown on TV, it meant that one of those matches had to start as early as midday.
Liverpool vs Fulham at Anfield was the game picked for that time slot.
It was a decision that Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wasn’t particularly happy with.
"I would be lying if I said 12 midday is my favourite time to kick off a competitive football match,” he said. “I would be more truthful if I said I didn't like it at all."
As a result, the atmosphere inside Anfield during the 90 minutes was pretty flat.
Liverpool’s home is often renowned for its incredible atmospheres, especially during European nights.
However, when a ‘lower’ side come to town, it can sometimes be fairly quiet.
And a video has emerged of Anfield when Liverpool were 2-0 up - and it was absolutely silent.
WATCH: ANFIELD'S SILENT ATMOSPHERE
Take a look:
That’s not what you expect from a side that is currently in the middle of a title race and are currently unbeaten in the league, just two points behind Manchester City.
Liverpool’s recent form might have something to do with the quiet atmosphere inside Anfield at the moment.
Before the victory against Fulham, Liverpool had won just three of their previous nine games in all competitions.
And even during their 2-0 win against Fulham, Klopp’s side certainly weren’t at the fluent best.
At least they won’t have to worry about the atmosphere in the next three home matches. That's because they are the Merseyside derby vs Everton on December 2, Napoli in their final Champions League group stage game on December 11 and Manchester United on December 16.
We will no doubt witness the famous Anfield atmosphere during those three clashes.