Liverpool had their eyes set on an unbeaten season earlier on in the season.
Prior to their game against Manchester City on Thursday night, Liverpool had not tasted defeat in 20 Premier League games.
And Dejan Lovren gave an interview ahead of the match saying the unbeaten campaign was possible.
"There are always records to beat. Everything is possible when you believe and you work hard," he said, per Sky Sports.
"Of course, you need the luck to go your way also, but why not? It is a challenge for us and every player here.
"Will it be possible? Let's see at the end of the season."
However, Liverpool would taste defeat on Thursday night, succumbing to a 2-1 defeat at the Etihad Stadium.
Goals from Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane either side of half-time gave the Premier League's reigning champions a crucial victory.
While Arsenal are perhaps too far away from the title race to compete, fans of the club would still have been ecstatic with the result.
Of course, Arsenal are the only team ever to go unbeaten in a single season, achieving that mark in the 2003/04 campaign.
The Gunners are still very proud of that record and would have been relieved that Liverpool can no longer equal that mark this season.
And it seems Alexandre Lacazette shared those very same feelings.
Bleacher Report posted an image after the result with the caption 'And still only one Invincible team'.
The picture is then combined with four Arsenal players from that invincible team celebrating with Mo Salah wiping his eyes as if he was crying.
And that seemed to go down well with Lacazette, who 'liked' the image.
That's likely going to go down very well with Arsenal fans.
Lacazette has found himself in and out of the starting lineup at Arsenal in recent weeks, but Robert Pires, a member of that invincible side, has urged Unai Emery to start him more often.
"He is a good point of support & his performances are always good," said Pires, per the Metro.
"The good thing with Alex is he never seems in doubt. He knows his strengths & qualities.
"Also, he completely matches our game. ‘If he is always available, he has to play. Its simple."