Liverpool set an unwanted record after their loss to Fulham

Sun 07 March 2021 | 17:17

Liverpool have failed to win a home game since December.

Having been defeated 1-0 on Sunday by




have made a new record in their winless runs at home in the

Premier League


Mario Lemina met the back of the net, sealing his side the three points which saw the Reds another loss.

Jurgen Klopp

’s squad have only managed to win three games since the new year out of 12 matches they played, sitting seventh on the table.

The Reds have suffered conceding the opening strike in six consecutive matches at Anfield. They have been defeated by Burnley, Brighton, Manchester City, Everton and Chelsea and now extended their winless run with their defeat on Sunday.

The record has also seen them be the first Premier League champions to have had this many defeats at home. They have earned only one point drawing a clean sheet against Manchester United in January. The only other clubs to have had worse records this season are West Brom, Newcastle and Southampton.

Klopp’s squad are going to lock horns with

RB Leipzig

in the

Champions League

in a neutral stadium and the fans are relieved.

With the Champions League being Liverpool’s only way to compete next season or in continental football, they have to secure their European development. The Reds are sitting top of the Group D table courtesy of their last 2-0 victory thanks to Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane’s goals.

source: SportMob