The Reds are obviously blazing at the moment under Jurgen Klopp and they have now posted their highest goal tally in 121 years.
Liverpool continued their recent impressive record as they beat Hull city 5-1 at Anfield, goals from James Milner, Adam Lallana, Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho helped the Reds seal a victory against the Tigers on Saturday.
The Reds have now scored 24 goals in their opening eight fixtures in all competitions their highest since 1895. The previous record held was in the 1895-96 campaign, the side who were by William Edward Barclay and John McKenna, scored 34 goals and went on to win the second division title.
24 – Liverpool's goal tally after eight competitive games this season is their highest in 121 years, since 1895-96 (34 goals). Impression. pic.twitter.com/tqQrkxqIYK
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 24, 2016
Jurgen Klopp will hope his current side repeat the 1895-96 feat as they continue to run riot in a keenly contested Premier League. But the Reds have also shown a major flaw this season conceding with ease even though they scored more goals as observed by most pundits and football fans alike.