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Liverpool's 3-2 victory at Norwich City on Sunday set a number of new club records. Here's a breakdown of what that win mean statistically to the club.
Raheem Sterling's opener set a new LFC record of scoring 43 away goals in the league. His second and Luis Suarez's strike mean it now stands at 45.
That effort after four minutes meant Liverpool set a new Anfield record for goals scored in the first half. They now have 58 this season, beating the previous best of 56 which was set in 1895-96.
The Reds equalled a club record of six successive away league wins. It's the fifth time they've achieved the feat - the last coming in April 2002.
Liverpool equalled a club record of netting in 25 successive top-flight matches, which was set between March and December 2001 and April to December 1933.
Suarez extended his record for scoring more away goals in a Premier League season than any other Reds player - 13.
The Uruguayan became just the seventh player in Premier League history to net 30 goals in a single season.
Suarez is the first Liverpool player since Ian Rush in 1986-87 to reach the landmark.
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