Liverpool lost more games than last season and lost 2 relegated teams in a row, creating a 10-year humiliation

  In the 14th round of the Premier League in the 2022/23 season, Liverpool lost to Leeds United 1-2 at home. Gomez gave a gift, Salah equalized, and Somerville made a lore in the 89th minute. Liverpool suffered a 2-game losing streak.

  Following the 0-1 loss to the relegation zone team Nottingham Forest, Liverpool lost this game to another relegation zone team. This is their first consecutive loss to a relegation zone team since March 2012.

  Liverpool’s two-game losing streak still ranks ninth, 8 points away from the top four. In the next round of the Premier League, Liverpool will face third-placed Tottenham on the road.

  Liverpool have lost five of their 18 games in all competitions this season. Liverpool also lost just four of the 63 games they played last season.

  In addition, the 29-game unbeaten record at home of the Liverpool League was ended. Since March 2021, Liverpool’s unbeaten home league record of 22 wins and 7 draws has been achieved.