Liverpool created history with their 7-0 victory over Spartak Moscow at Anfield last night, as they became the highest scoring English team of all time in the group stages of the competition. The Reds wrapped up their qualification with 22 goals scored in 6 matches, which includes two 7-0 victories, the other being against Maribor earlier in the tournament.
In a must-win game, Philippe Coutinho captained Liverpool put on an attacking masterclass in front of their Russian opponents, with the Brazilian himself scoring his first hat-trick for the team since he signed from Inter Milan nearly four years back. The previous record for the highest number of goals scored in the group stages of the Champions League by an English team was held by Manchester United, who scored 21 goals in the 1998/1999 season, eventually going on to win the competition.
Watch all the goals from Liverpool’s match against Spartak Moscow below!