Liverpool: Ranking their 31 Premier League games in title-winning season from worst to best (10-1)

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10. Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace | June 24, 2020

Liverpool were superb in their first game back at Anfield after the coronavirus suspension.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Salah, Fabinho and Mane got on the scoresheet as the Reds cruised to victory.

It was a 10/10 performance and showed just why Liverpool are so far ahead of everyone else.

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9. Liverpool 4-1 Norwich City | August 9, 2019

Liverpool showcased their intent to finally put an end to their 30-year wait by thrashing Norwich on the opening day of the season.

They were 4-0 up at half-time and there was an immediate sense that Liverpool were ready to topple Manchester City.

8. Crystal Palace 1-2 Liverpool | November 23, 2019

Champions are built from matches like this.

Liverpool were on course for three more points when Sadio Mane put them ahead at Selhurst Park but Wilfried Zaha levelled with just eight minutes remaining.

With Mo Salah left on the bench due to an ankle problem, Klopp was without one of his best attacking options.

But Firmino poked home from a corner just three minutes after Zaha’s goal to restore Liverpool’s lead and seal the win.

7. Liverpool 2-1 Leicester City | October 5, 2019

Liverpool needed another late goal to defeat Leicester last year.

James Maddison thought he had snatched a point when he made it 1-1 with 10 minutes to go, but Liverpool dug deep and won a penalty late on when Marc Albrighton brought Mane down.

In the fifth minute of injury-time, James Milner stepped up score from the spot and highlight the relentless of this Liverpool team.

6. Liverpool 2-0 Manchester United | January 19, 2020

There have been more dramatic wins along the way, but there’s nothing quite like beating your rivals so comfortably.

The win moved Liverpool 30 points clear of the Red Devils, an enormous gap that highlights the gulf in class between the teams right now.

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5. Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool | September 22, 2019

Liverpool did what Man City couldn’t and beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

They were made to fight, though, with N’Golo Kante grabbing a goal back after first-half goals from Alexander-Arnold and Firmino.

But the Reds held on to show they are a level above their rivals.

4. Aston Villa 1-2 Liverpool | November 2, 2019

After winning nine of their opening 10 games, few would have suspected that Aston Villa would give Liverpool as much of a problem as they did.

But Klopp’s men struggled to find a way through after falling behind in the first half.

It wasn’t until the 87th minute when they made it 1-1 through Andy Robertson’s header and Liverpool then went in search of a winner.

And they got one, with Mane glancing a header beyond Tom Heaton to seal a dramatic win.

3. Liverpool 5-2 Everton | December 4, 2019

This was a fun one for Liverpool supporters.

A crushing win over Everton saw the Toffees drop into the relegation zone and brought about Marco Silva’s dismissal.

And Liverpool did it without Salah or Firmino, both of whom were left on the bench.

Divock Origi stepped up in their absence with a brace.

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2. Leicester City 0-4 Liverpool | December 26, 2019.

Many expected Liverpool’s unbeaten start to the season to come to an end when they took on second-placed Leicester at the King Power Stadium.

Boy were they wrong.

The champions produced a masterclass on Boxing Day to blow the Foxes away and move 13 points clear.

1. Liverpool 3-1 Manchester City | November 10, 2019

The game that showed Liverpool could actually become champions.

Liverpool had won 11 of their first 12 games when City came to Anfield but they needed to beat the reigning champions to send a message to Pep Guardiola and his players.

And they did just that with a brilliant attacking display.

Fabinho got the ball rolling when he scored in the sixth minute and goals from Salah and Mane gave the hosts an unassailable lead.

The result moved Liverpool nine points ahead of City and there was no stopping them after this.

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