The Merseysiders have one foot in the semi-finals following victory on the road, and their latest result has seen them break a few new records
Jurgen Klopp has led Liverpool to a clutch of new records with a history-making Champions League quarter-final first leg win over Benfica on Tuesday.
Goals for Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz helped the Reds to victory away from home to put thems in prime position to make the semi-finals in the return leg at Anfield next weekend.
Victory also extended an impressive run of form for the Merseyside outfit that saw the club write themselves a new bit of history in the process.
In another development, the England star produced the perfect assist for Kevin De Bruyne as City sealed a 1-0 win in their Champions League quarter-final first leg.
According to quantum theory, there is an astronomically small probability that a ball will eventually pass through a brick wall if it is attempted an infinite number of times.
And for 70 minutes on Tuesday, Manchester City appeared to be running the experiment live in their Champions League first leg with Atletico Madrid.