Two years ago today, Liverpool appointed Brendan Rodgers as manager – and in just two seasons, the Northern Irishman restored Champions League football and took the Reds to the brink of a championship.

Across those 24 months, he has presided over 97 fixtures, winning 54, while his team have racked up a remarkable 208 goals - an average of 2.14 per game - in competitive action during that period.

Browse through the Opta widget below for a host of interesting facts and figures from each of Rodgers' two campaigns in the Barclays Premier League, covering attacking, defending, distribution and more.