It may have been 26 years since Liverpool last won a league title (sorry, Reds fans…).
However, Reds manager Jurgen Klopp can knock back a celebratory drink after breaking one particular hoodoo that has plagued Premier League sides for almost two decades.
Friday night’s 2-1 away victory over Chelsea saw Liverpool continue their impressive start to the 2016/17 season under the German.
It was one particular stat, though, that will leave Liverpool fans feeling particularly smug the day after seeing their team move up to third in the league standings.
The triumph over Antonio Conte’s men was the second successive victory that Klopp had enjoyed at Stamford Bridge.
And, in the process of beating the Blues on their home turf, the former Borussia Dortmund manager became the first boss since Arsenal gaffer Arsene Wenger to win back-to-back games at Chelsea:
It’s fair to say that most Liverpool fans will have something to say about that last Arsenal supporter tweet, mind…