Liverpool’s record at Anfield over the last two and a half years has been astonishing.
They are unbeaten in the Premier League in 46 games with 36 wins and 10 draws to their name.
The last time Liverpool lost at home was against Crystal Palace in April 2017 when former player Christian Benteke came back to haunt them by scoring two goals.
Despite this incredible home record, the Reds are still waiting for their first league title in 30 years.
Win number 36 on Sunday against Manchester City, which ended 3-1, to give them an eight point lead at the top of the table.
Plenty has happened in the world since the last time they lost a game at home.
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Here at talkSPORT.com, we have found the 10 funniest, ridiculous and most bizarre things that have happened in that time.
Tottenham built a new stadium
The construction may have started on the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2015, but the final game at White Hart Lane was played on May 14, 2017, which was a 2-1 win against Manchester United.
During that time, Spurs moved to Wembley for nearly two seasons before settling into their new £1billion arena.
Sunderland have been relegated… twice
The Black Cats were still in the Premier League the last time Liverpool lost at Anfield, they finished bottom of the table in the 2016/17 season.
The next year they ended up bottom of the Championship and currently remain in League One and have starred in a Netflix documentary.
Manchester City have won five trophies
Pep Guardiola and his men have managed to win back-to-back Premier League titles as well as the Carabao Cup twice and FA Cup once.
If you want to count the Community Shield, then you can push this up to seven.
We are about to have our second general election
The last time the Reds lost at Anfield Theresa May was our Prime Minister and she was about to call a general election.
Fast forward two and a half years, Boris Johnson is in Number 10 and we are about to head to the polls… again.
England won a World Cup penalty shootout
It seemed like England would never win a penalty shootout at a World Cup and when the 2018 match against Colombia went the distance, fans feared the worst.
The Three Lions had crashed out of tournaments in 1990, 1998 and 2006 before beating Colombia last summer 5-4 as Gareth Southgate’s side reached the semi-finals.
Chelsea are on their third manager
Antonio Conte was still in charge of the Blues in April 2017 before being axed the following summer.
Maurizio Sarri was his successor but lasted just a season as he went to Juventus after winning the Europa League.
Frank Lamaprd is currently at the helm after being appointed from Derby this summer.
England became World Champions in Cricket
The Cricket World Cup took place this summer, if you didn’t already know, and England won in a thrilling final against New Zealand that went down to a Super Over.
Man United have spent nearly £400m but are still rubbish (according to their standards)
The Red Devils have splashed the cash since 2017 making a number of high profile signings including that of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez, who have both since left the club.
Fortnite had not been released
The popular free game has been a cultural phenomenon since its release in July 2017.
It has amassed 250million players worldwide during that time.
Christian Benteke has scored just five Premier League goals
The former Liverpool man was the last person to silence the Anfield crowd when he scored a brace for Crystal Palace in April 2017.
The Belgium striker has managed to score just five Premier League goals since then and has gone 10 games without a goal this season.