Liverpool maintained a formidable record at Anfield with their 2-0 win over FC Porto in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino bagged the goals before the break in the first-leg clash, which brought up a managerial landmark for Jürgen Klopp.
Here, with help from Opta, are six interesting statistics from Tuesday’s game…
Another big TEAM performance. 👊
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— LFC (Liverpool FC)
9th Apr 21:11
The result extended Liverpool’s unbeaten run at home in European competitions to 21 games (15 wins and six draws). They have recorded 12 clean sheets during that streak.
Klopp achieved the 400th victory of his managerial career in all competitions – 111 with the Reds, 180 for Borussia Dortmund and 109 at Mainz).
Since the start of last season, only Cristiano Ronaldo (24) has been directly involved in more Champions League goals than Firmino (21, with 13 goals and eight assists).
The Brazilian has been directly involved in 12 goals in his 11 Champions League appearances for the Reds at Anfield, scoring seven and assisting five.
Since his Champions League debut in September 2017, Alisson Becker has kept more clean sheets (nine) than any other goalkeeper in the competition.
The Reds have now scored at least two goals in 16 of their last 24 fixtures in Europe.