Gordon Astall netted Birmingham’s fourth and fifth goal before Peter Murphy scored their 6th. All you need to know about the 2020 Europa League final including date, venue and kick-off t... All you need to know about the 2020 Europa League final including date, venue and kick-off time - with the match live on... All you need to know about the 2020 Europa League final including date, venue and kick-off tim... All you need to know about the 2020 Europa League final including date, venue and kick-off time - with the match live on BT Sport. Tuesday night’s clash with the Belgians marks five years since Liverpool last tasted defeat at home in European competition. 56 – 41 goals and 15 assists have been either scored or laid on by Mohamed Salah in his 46 Premier League appearances at Anfield for Liverpool. Klopp replaced Rodgers in October 2015 and led Liverpool to the 2016 Europa League final where they lost to Sevilla. The German has led the team to the final of every European campaign he’s been involved in since being appointed in 2015, becoming the first manager to achieve this with an English club. Like any other big club, […]

Watson completed his hat-trick to put West Ham 4-0 ahead. After a season without European competition, Liverpool returned to the Champions League in 2017/18. The Liverpool of today come out the blocks fast and score early at home. Birmingham eventually went on to win the Second Division and gain promotion while Liverpool finished 11th. Rio - "Players get called out for mistakes, De Gea is no exception", Hodgson - "No doubt" that we should be in market for a striker, Nuno - "When we score it's always a moment of true happiness", Doherty - "We feel we're building momentum", Traore bulldozes through and sets up Jonny for 2-0, Wonderful Wolves move finished off by Podence, Poll suggests return of football will not boost morale for the majority, SPFL clubs to decide on independent investigation, England’s Danny Rose opens up on racist abuse and mental battles, On this day in 2010: Fulham’s incredible Europa League run ends with final loss, On this day in 1945: England World Cup winner Alan Ball was born, Premier League return is a thorny issue for outspoken Danny Rose, Richard Masters says Premier League must stay close to science, UCL Goals Show Retro: Dortmund v Juventus 1996/97, UEFA Champions League Goals Show Retro - Deportivo La Coruna v AC Milan 2003/04, UEFA Champions League Goals Show Retro - Barcelona v AC Milan 1993/94, Classic Premier League - Tottenham v Manchester United 2016/17 13/08/2019 (1530-1600), BT Including You - helping you communicate, Too Good To Go Down: The story of the documentary, State of Play: The story of the documentary, Nuno hails Wolves' improvement after Palace win. Liverpool were sleeping giants. Arsenal forwards Ray Bowden and Ted Drake both notched up hat-tricks while Cliff Bastin and Jack Crayston bagged a goal each. After a less formidable run under Roy Hodgson, Kenny Dalglish and Brendan Rodgers with Liverpool only sporadically involved in European competition, the atmosphere has reignited.

One of these came against Newcastle during the 1933-34 season. They were up against Birmingham City at St. Andrew’s. The first of them came against Sunderland in December, 1912 at Roker Park. It took just 48 seconds for Birmingham City to open the scoring thanks to Jackie Lane. He didn’t emerge for the second half, hooked for Adam Lallana. 32 – Months since the Reds last lost a game at Anfield, with Crystal Palace’s victory on Merseyside in April 2017 the last defeat. Mourinho masterclass! This retail Park once used to be the home ground of Huddersfield Town for no less than 86 years. After starting the decade in uncertain times and with Europa League football the best they could hope for, the Reds are now on course to win their first league title in 30 years. Liverpool's 3-2 victory over West Ham on Monday marked their 54th consecutive Premier League match at Anfield without defeat. Did England disappoint at the 2006 World Cup?

This defeat came for Liverpool in the Second Division. This service is provided on talkSPORT Ltd's Terms of Use in accordance with our Privacy Policy. Since 1964, they have won fourteen European and Worldwide trophies, more than any other British club. In a weaker group and with six points from their opening three games, the need to conjure the Anfield crowd feels less acute at home to Group E’s bottom-placed side. Watson scored his 7th of the match to complete a 7-0 drubbing of Liverpool.

Like any other big club, Liverpool have had their fair share of poor defeats against superior, mediocre and inferior opponents. 364 – The days since Liverpool were last beaten in the Premier League. Of course, Jurgen Klopp’s men have been here before. And Alisson, Andy Robertson, Virgin van Dijk, Joel Matip and Trent Alexander-Arnold – set for his 100th Liverpool appearance versus Genk – are one of the meanest defences in Europe. Fast-forward five years and they’ve awakened.

Liverpool’s biggest defeats ever- biggest losses in Liverpool history, Highest transfer fees paid and received ever, Kit 2020/21: New Home, Away, 3rd, Goalkeeper Kit, #5. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. In this fixture last year, I travelled to Wembley to cover the game for Liverpool.com, a fresh concept in a new career personally. The 1930s is perhaps a decade no Liverpool fans would like to remember. Two Tribes, which is available to watch on BTSport.com and the award-winning BT Sport app, e... Two Tribes, which is available to watch on BTSport.com and the award-winning BT Sport app, explores Liverpool and Everto... Two Tribes, which is available to watch on BTSport.com and the award-winning BT Sport app, exp... Two Tribes, which is available to watch on BTSport.com and the award-winning BT Sport app, explores Liverpool and Everton’s success in the 1980s amid political and cultural upheaval. The only Liverpool goal in the match came from Scottish winger Danny McRorie. Incredibly, they have also scored two or more goals in 25 of those games. Moments after Murphy’s goal, Eddie Brown completed his hat-trick to complete a 9-1 rout of Liverpool for Birmingham. Alex Govan shot successfully from 15 yeards to score Birmingham City’s 7th goal before Murphy scored his second of the match to make it 8-1 to Birmingham. But his energy on the Anfield touchline has fed into the crowd and vice-versa.

The first came in 1932 against Bolton Wanderers. Earle scored his second of the match before Wilfred James scored West Ham’s 6th.

The third was again from a corner Liverpool failed to clear and again scored by Benzema. Now, we will take a look at Liverpool’s biggest defeats ever. Indeed the last time the fortress was breached was when Real Madrid visited and outclassed Rodgers’ side in the group stages in October 2014. Liverpool Football Club is a professional association football club in Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) competitions. During a week where Bayern Munich scored seven, Chelsea six, Atletico Madrid five and Dortmund four, Madrid bagged three without reply.

The Reds haven't tasted defeat on Merseyside in continental combat since losing 3-0 to Cristiano Ronaldo's Real Madrid in October 2014. It was a moment that encapsulated Liverpool’s night where the five times champions of Europe looked like novices against continental heavyweights. However, every big club has to go through some dark phases and has to face forgettable defeats. This remains to be one of the club’s biggest wins during an era which was a golden one in teh club’s history. Regardless they’ll be in full voice come Tuesday. Liverpool’s biggest defeats ever? The man whose goals dragged them back to Europe’s top table in 2014/15, Luis Suarez, had left for Barcelona – one of the continent’s true big boys. Peter Murphy and Eddie Brown had good chances to extend Birmingham’s lead but they were foiled by Liverpool goalie Doug Rudham. Of course, the crowd can only influence proceedings so much. Real, the holders and would go on to win four of the next five Champions League titles. Buchan completed his hat-trick in the 67th minute and scored another two goals to complete a 7-0 rout for Sunderland.