Liverpool matched their longest Premier League winning run by edging past Southampton on Saturday.
Goals from Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino gave the Reds their 11th consecutive victory in the league.
That (fittingly) equals the record set by Rafael Benitez’s recently-crowned European champions back in the 2005/06 season.
They went onto to finish in 3rd.
Our present run stretches back to March 10, when we beat Burnley 4-2 at Anfield.
It hasn’t all been plain sailing – four of the victories have come with only a one-goal margin – but it’s testament to our supreme ability to grind results out.
We can, then, make history by beating Arsenal at Anfield next weekend.
When you consider our recent record against the Gunners on home soil – 5-1 and 4-0 wins in the two most recent instalments of this fixture – it might seem a near-formality, but they could well pose a tougher test this time around.
At the time of writing, they’re the only team to have won their opening two games, and their fearsome frontline will fancy their chances of causing problems for our rusty defence.
Still, you’d back this incredible group of players to rattle off another milestone.
And, as one of two standout teams in the division, the run could just keep on going…