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Report .. League unbeaten most prominent .. Manchester City take away Liverpool 4 historical figures

MANCHESTER (Reuters) - Manchester City set off a race for the English Premier League after a thrilling 2-1 victory at home to Liverpool on Thursday in the 21st round of the Premier League.

Man City, the winner of the competition, rose to 50 points in second place, narrowing the gap with leaders Liverpool to four points.

In the following report, we highlight the most important historical figures that evaporated against Liverpool after falling to City:
- Unbeaten League:

Manchester City has denied Liverpool the opportunity to win the English Premier League (2018-19) without losing after the Reds maintained their unbeaten record in their first 20 league games (17 wins and 3 draws).

The record for Arsenal continues to be the Premier League title with no loss. In the 2003-04 season, they were led by Arsene Wenger, the former coach, and history coach.

- Best Chain:

Liverpool has suffered their first defeat in the English Premier League for nearly eight months, 242 days ago when they stumbled to Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge in the penultimate round of last season on 6 May 2018.

The Reds' defeat in Premier League ended in 21 consecutive games, failing to equalize the Man City series (22 matches in the 2017-18 season), Man United (24 in 2010-11) and Arsenal (38 in 2003-04).

Liverpool also failed to chase their best unbeaten streak in the top flight, keeping their record unbeaten in 23 consecutive games between March and November 1990.
- consecutive victories:

Liverpool's series of victories has been halted after falling to City, where the Ridds under Juergen Klopp have won nine successive league games this season since they drew 1-1 with Arsenal on the 11th round.

The 10th straight victory of Liverpool in Premiership would have been their best consecutive streak since winning 11 consecutive victories in February and April 2014 in the 2013-14 season.

- Negative out of Anfield:

Liverpool has failed to break their longest sixth-longest unbeaten streak in the league away from Anfield, where their record since falling to Chelsea in 10 consecutive games has been the same as in 1992.

The Reds also received the first defeat in a game in which Roberto Firmino was knocked out in all competitions, keeping his record unbeaten in 23 appearances, scoring 20 wins and three draws.

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