Liverpool’s underwhelming Champions League campaign continued after the 2-1 loss at the Parc des Princes this evening, with the Reds now requiring a win against Napoli on the final day to progress.
However, a 63-year-old record was also broken after Liverpool’s loss — this is the first-time in the history of the competition that Liverpool have lost all three away matches in the group stage.
In a record which stretched back to the birth of the Champions League in 1955, it comes to an unwanted end after Klopp’s men suffered successive away losses to Napoli, Red Star and now PSG this season.
This is certainly a surprise after reaching the final last season, with impressive away displays against the likes of Maribor, Manchester City and Porto coming on route to Kiev.
Bizarrely, it wasn’t the only record to come to an end on the night either, with James Milner’s record of being undefeated in every match he’s scored in also coming to a conclusion — not a good night in many forms.