Liverpool have already garnered more points than all what Manchester united managed to get all through their encounters in the last Premier League campaign following their win over Wolves on Thursday night.
Jurgen Klopp's men extended their Premier League unbeaten streak to 40 match with a narrow away 2-1 victory at Molineux Stadium, all thanks to Brazilian forward Roberto Firmino who managed to fire in a late winner.
The Reds got the game started on a high note with brilliant attacks but none of their early shots was able to get an early lead for Liverpool
However, Jordan Henderson handed the visitors the lead in the eighth minute with an unstoppable header from a Trent Alexander-Arnold's corner kick from the left flank.
Raul Jiminez restored parity for the home team with a sumptuous header from Adama Traore's superb cross in the 51st minute.
The victory means the Europe champions have now levelled Chelsea record on unbeaten streak and are more close to shatter Arsenal's Invincible feat.
Interestingly, they are now on 67 points which cement them as leaders on the Premier League log with 18-point gap above champions Manchester City, and one point above all what United could get last season.
The Theater of Dreams dwellers experienced a torrid and turbulent league run under Jose Mourinho due to last of consistence, and being the Europa Cup winners could not save the Portuguese manager who was later sacked.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was handed a first-team test before being confirmed on permanent basis following some pleasant wins.
But a brilliant start to new challenges could not fire Man United into top- four as they ended the season on 6th position with paltry 66 points behind Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City.
Liverpool have now taken a point lead above United and are on just 33 points to reach 100-points landmark and nine games to the longest unbeaten streak in the English top league division.
Man United suffered an embarrassing 2-0 defeat to relegation-threatened Burnley on Tuesday night, compounding pressure the United boss.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Manchester United are reportedly considering plans to re-sign Argentine forward Carlos Tevez before the end of this transfer window.
The Red Devils were condemned to a 2-0 defeat by Burnley in their Premier League mid-week clash at Old Trafford. A goal each from Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez handed the Clarets the crucial win over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.
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