STREAM LIVE >> Norwich City vs Liverpool Live Stream Premier league 2020 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

STREAM LIVE >> Norwich City vs Liverpool Live Stream Premier league 2020 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

STREAM LIVE >> Norwich City vs Liverpool Live Stream Premier league 2020 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

It was against Norwich that Liverpool’s remarkable season began back in August, when their 4-1 triumph at Anfield gave an early glimpse of what we could expect from both sides in 2019-20.

Many expected Norwich to fare a little better than they have considering the number of problems they caused Jurgen Klopp’s side despite the heavy defeat, but no-one could have predicted just how dominant the Reds would go on to be, even when they were four goals ahead at half time.

Twenty-four games later and Liverpool boast a 22-point lead over champions Manchester City – already the biggest lead in Premier League history and one which they have the chance to extend to 25 courtesy of Man City’s postponed game against West Ham United last weekend.

No team in the history of Europe’s top five leagues can match Liverpool’s record so far this term, with Klopp’s side reaching the winter break having won 24 of their 25 league games, dropping only two points from a possible 75.

Indeed, the remarkable record stretches further back than the last time these two teams met in August, with Liverpool picking up 100 of the last 102 points on offer in the Premier League in a run which now stretches back almost an entire year.

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A plethora of records have already been shattered and many more look destined to follow in a campaign the like of which has never been seen before and may never be seen again, but central to the relentlessness of their form is Klopp’s insistence to take every game as it comes.

Such a zero-tolerance approach to complacency may be tested in a week which sees a much more alluring Champions League tie with Atletico Madrid follow this trip to the Premier League’s basement club, although even when chalking up win after win there have been enough scares to keep Liverpool on their toes.

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