Very few people would have seen Liverpool destroying Manchester United 7-0 yesterday.
Then again, last season, Liverpool defeated The Red Devils 4-0 at Anfield and also stuffed them 5-0 at Old Trafford.
It could have been more than 7 too, with Kounate and Roberston both missing easy chances.
It was a masterclass from Liverpool in all areas of the pitch, playing with that ferocious energy we are all used to.
A fine day all around for The Reds, but how will they kick on?
Liverpool’s next game is away against Bournemouth on Saturday at 12:30GMT.
A difficult match, as Bournemouth performed honorably against Arsenal this weekend, going 2-0 up and only losing the game with the final kick.
The reverse fixture was a day for Bournemouth to forget, back in August where they got trounced 9-0.
Yet, now the Cherries are a more organised unit, and have more than a chance to stay up.
Liverpool must remain calm and carry on doing what they’re doing, and just take one game at a time.
Inconsistency has been Liverpool’s achilles heel this season, so their next game will be a big test.
After Bournemouth, Liverpool travel to Madrid to overturn the 3 goal deficit in the Champions League.
One positive of Liverpool in recent weeks is keeping clean sheets, with The Reds now getting 4 in a row.
If the front line is on form, and Liverpool keep a clean sheet, the tie with Real Madrid is certainly not over.