Liverpool set club record as unbeaten league run hits 32 matches

The league leaders show no signs of slipping up.

Liverpool restored their hefty advantage atop the Premier League table with an entertaining 5-2 win in Wednesday’s Merseyside derby against Everton.

Sadio Mane sparkled, setting up two goals and scoring one of his own, as the Reds established a new club record by pushing their unbeaten run in the league to 32 matches.

Jurgen Klopp’s men sit eight points up on second-placed Leicester City, with reigning champions Manchester City a further three points adrift. The Reds, who have taken 43 of a possible 45 points on the season thus far, are now unbeaten in 48 Premier League home games.

Everton, meanwhile, now sit in the relegation zone.

More to come.

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