The Reds had a spectacular season, winning two trophies and coming agonizingly close to winning two more.
With a total of 63 games played in 2021/22, Liverpool left no stone unturned in their pursuit of a historic season, providing fans with unforgettable experiences and memories along the road.
This group continues to make the history they’ve always wanted, and there are still plenty more chapters left to write in their book, with the most recent chapter being particularly amazing.
Here are 9 records this incredible Liverpool side broke this season, as a collective and as individuals.
– Liverpool reached their seventh European final in the 21st century, meaning the Reds are the English team with the most continental finals in that time.
– Mohamed Salah became the first player to score on the opening day of the Premier League for five seasons in a row.
– A tally of 46 victories in one season set a new club record, with the previous best return 43 in 2019/20.
– Liverpool’s League Cup triumph took their trophy tally in the competition to 9, the most of any other club.
– Salah moved ahead of Steven Gerrard as the club’s all-time leading goalscorer in the Champions League, with 34.
– The first English club to win ALL six Champions League group games. They become the eighth team to achieve the feat in total.
– Liverpool recorded the outright longest unbeaten run under Klopp and the longest overall since Roy Evans was at the helm back in March 1996.