Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool are on a different level altogether and their amazing run in the Premier League continued.
The Reds closed in on the league title with four more victories needed to secure the honors.
On Monday, Liverpool claimed a 3-2 victory against West Ham United to script many records.
Here we look at the same.
Georginio Wijnaldum gave Liverpool the lead in the ninth minute.
West Ham showed character and equalized three minutes later with a header.
Substitute Pablo Fornals then gave the Hammers a crucial 2-1 lead after the break.
However, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane were there to the rescue for Liverpool with goals in the 68th and 81st minute.
Liverpool went on to equal the English top-flight record of 18 successive wins, set by Manchester City from August to December 2017.
The Reds also scripted a record of 21 consecutive Premier League wins at Anfield.
They are also on a 44-match unbeaten run in the Premier League and are just behind Arsenal (49).
This was Liverpool's 26th league win this season.
Since they last lost a Premier League match, Liverpool have picked up 122 points from a possible 132 on offer.
The Reds have 14 headed goals this season in the EPL. This is the highest tally by a side.
Liverpool can win the title against Crystal Palace next month (March 21).
They should not not lose a match and City too shouldn't drop points.
West Ham manager David Moyes doesn't have an away win against Liverpool in all competitions for whichever club he has managed. (L9, D7).
Trent Alexander-Arnold has reached 25 Premier League assists. He became the third-youngest at 21 years and 140 days.
Since making his league debut in 2014, Liverpool's Andrew Robertson has made a total of 27 assists.
One step closer for @LFC pic.twitter.com/zKrJl3UIPQ— Premier League (@premierleague) February 24, 2020
One step closer for @LFC pic.twitter.com/zKrJl3UIPQ
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