Liverpool's 4-1 win over Everton in the 14th round of the Premier League has set records for goals scored, says Opta.
Liverpool have scored at least two goals in 18 consecutive matches under the leadership of Jurgen Klopp. The previous record belonged to Sunderland, who scored no fewer than two goals in 17 successive matches in the 1926/1927 season.
Liverpool have also scored at least two goals in 14 successive away matches. The previous record belonged to Preston (two goals in 13 successive away matches), which was set during the 1888/1889 season.