The 2013-14 campaign was one to remember for a whole host of reasons at Liverpool Football Club - and here we bring you 45 of them in cold, hard statistical form, courtesy of our facts and figures man, Ged Rea.
Against Stoke on the opening day of the season Simon Mignolet became the first Liverpool goalkeeper ever to save a penalty on his debut.
Liverpool won their first three league games of a campaign for the first time since 1994-95.
Mignolet became only the third Liverpool goalkeeper in history to keep clean-sheets in his first three Liverpool appearances.
It was the first time in top-flight history a team had won its first three league games by a 1-0 scoreline with the goals coming from the same player. (In this case Daniel Sturridge).
Sturridge became only the fourth Liverpool player ever to score in the opening four games of a league season and the first since John Aldridge in 1987.
Against Crystal Palace in October Steven Gerrard became the first Liverpool player ever to score in 15 successive league seasons.
At Newcastle, Gerrard became only the 12th Reds player in history to score 100 league goals.
Against West Bromwich Albion at home Sturridge became only the second Reds player to score in eight of the club's opening nine league games of a campaign.
Against Norwich in December Luis Suarez became the first Liverpool player ever to score three league hat-tricks against the same team.
He also became the first player in the history of the Premier League to achieve the feat.
Against West Ham in December Liverpool recorded the feat of scoring four goals or more in four successive home league games for only the seventh time in their history and their first since 1980.
Liverpool recorded their biggest ever win at Tottenham (5-0).
Against Cardiff Suarez became the first Liverpool player ever to score two or more goals in five consecutive home league games.
Suarez became the first Liverpool player since Robbie Fowler in 1994-95 and 1995-96 to score 20 league goals in successive seasons.
Suarez reached 20 league goals faster than any other player in Premier League history (all teams) doing so in 15 games.
Liverpool recorded their biggest home derby win since 1972 - beating Everton 4-0.
At Fulham, Sturridge equalled the club record by scoring in an eighth successive game in all competitions - equalling Dick Forshaw in 1924-25 and Aldridge in 1988-89.
Gerrard scored his eighth league goal against Manchester United equalling the club record held by Forshaw.
Suarez became the first Liverpool player to score a hat-trick at Cardiff.
Liverpool scored 150 league goals under Brendan Rodgers (in his 68th game) faster than any other manager in the club's top-flight history.
The Reds had two players score 20-plus league goals in a season for the first time since 1963-64.
Sturridge recorded 30 league goals for Liverpool in 37 games - faster than any other player for 118 years.
Liverpool set a new Premier League record by scoring four or more goals in a game 11 times. Previous record 10 held by Manchester United.
Gerrard equalled Jan Molby's record of 42 successful penalties for Liverpool.
Liverpool scored 50-plus league goals at Anfield for the first time since 1985-86 (53 this season).
Liverpool scored 101 league goals in the season - a record for the club in the top-flight and their most since 106 in 1895-96.
Liverpool failed to score in three league games - the fewest in a league season since 1957-58.
Liverpool equalled their club record of 11 successive league wins in a single season (previously achieved in 1982).
Liverpool equalled their top-flight club record of scoring in 25 successive league games.
Liverpool set a club record of 59 first-half goals in a league season.
Liverpool won 26 league games - the most in a season since 1987-88.
Suarez became the first Liverpool player since Ian Rush in 1986-87 to score 30 league goals in a season.
Liverpool equalled a club record of six successive away league wins.
Equalled club record of scoring 10 penalties in a league season - set previously in 1987-88.
Gerrard equalled club record of 10 successful league penalties in a season set by Aldridge in 1987-88.
Suarez scored 31 goals in the league this season to become the first Reds player to win the Premier League Golden Boot outright.
Suarez equalled the record for most Premier League goals in a 38 game season (31) - joining Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Liverpool scored at least three goals in 21 matches this season - a new Premier League record.
Liverpool set a new record for the Premier League of scoring 48 away league goals in a season.
Sturridge equalled the club's Premier League record by scoring in 19 games in a season. Robbie Fowler also 19 in 1994-95.
The Reds defeated 18 of their 19 Premier League opponents.
Liverpool's tally of 101 goals has been bettered by only 14 of the previous 114 League champions.
Recorded the biggest leap of any team in the Premier League that has finished seventh in the previous season - to second this year.
Liverpool achieved their biggest ever goal difference in Premier League history (+51).
Liverpool won 16 league games at Anfield - their best since 1985-86 (then in 21 games).