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Liverpool outdid Europe's best sides last weekend by registering more shots in a single match than any other team in the continent's top leagues have managed this season.
During a powerhouse display at home to Swansea on Sunday, the Reds tried their luck on 35 occasions and found the back of the net five times.
A massive 22 efforts were launched in the first half against the Welsh side as Brendan Rodgers' side unknowingly established a new record for 2012-13.
Search through the fixtures in France, Germany, Italy and Spain - as well as the Barclays Premier League - and you'll find that no other team has delivered such a shot-filled performance.
Fellow English sides Tottenham, Newcastle and Everton hold second to fourth place in the standings respectively, while Italian outfit Roma round out the top five.
Liverpool also recorded 29 attempts when they hosted both Aston Villa and Sunderland earlier this season, giving the Reds three entries in the top 20.
Twice before the men from Anfield have racked up 35 shots in one match - when they welcomed Fulham in 2006-07 and Birmingham during the 2009-10 campaign.
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