An unusual stat has been revealed and Liverpool’s poor, inconsistent form is there for everyone to see.
Jurgen Klopp’s outfit have not been their usual selves this season, as they sit in sixth place in the Premier League, six points shy of the Champions League qualification spots.
Though they have a game in hand over fourth-placed Tottenham, Klopp would ideally prefer to be pushing for top four in the first half of the season, at least.
Klopp’s torrid time this season doesn’t end there, as his side have been eliminated from both domestic club competition and seem to be crashing out of the Champions League as they lead 5-2 to La Liga giants Real Madrid.
The Merseyside club have had their fair share of injuries that may have prevented them of reaching the heights they are so used to.
The craziest fact of them all is that they have scored 34% of their Premier League in just two games, according to Football365.
The Reds managed to put nine past Bournemouth in their first showdown of the season, despite their damning loss Saturday just gone.
A bright aspect of their season was when they thrashed Manchester United 7-0 and seemingly had changed their fortunes of this dismal campaign.
This will send alarm bells ringing in the Liverpool camp as the goals not being shared across fixtures highlights how up and down their season has been so far.