Records which Liverpool can script this seasonLast updated on Aug 18, 2019, 04:27 pm
Liverpool have got off to a perfect start in the Premier League 2019-20 season.
They have won the first two games and will want to script more victories on the way.
The 2018-19 Champions League winners also sealed the UEFA Super Cup last week after beating Chelsea via penalties.
They had earlier lost the Community Shield against Manchester City.
Liverpool can surpass United's tally in terms of trophies
Liverpool entered the 2019-20 season with seven trophies on offer.
Out of two trophies so far, they managed to win one.
There are another five trophies up for grabs as the season progresses.
The club has won a total of 65 trophies in its rich history.
Liverpool have a chance of increasing the tally and surpassing Manchester United (68 trophies).
Liverpool will aim to win their first EPL honor
Liverpool are yet to win the Premier League despite having won the First Division 18 times earlier.
If they manage to pocket the Premier League this season, then this will be their first EPL honor.
Liverpool (18) trail United (20 league titles) by a margin of two league trophies.
A win could see the club cut down the deficit to one.
Liverpool will chase a historic seventh UCL trophy
If the Reds manage to win the 2019-20 Champions League trophy, then it will be their seventh honor in the competition.
The defending champions will equal AC Milan's tally of seven UCL trophies.
It will also see Liverpool win their 14th UEFA club competition in total.
They can equal Barcelona's tally of 14 with this feat.
Real Madrid (22) lead the show.
Liverpool can script these records in the Premier League
Liverpool (531) need 19 more wins in the Premier League to register 550 victories in the history of the competition.
Only Chelsea (558), Arsenal (567) and Manchester United (649) have more.
Liverpool need 20 more goals to reach the 1,800-goal mark in EPL (1,780).
Only Arsenal (1,848) and United (1,993) have more.
Three losses will also see the Reds register 250 Premier League defeats.