EPL: Team Statistics and Facts: Liverpool FC


Andy Carroll
Liverpool, Aug 3: Liverpool were the only side to lose all matches in which they fell behind. The Reds failed to score more than one goal in 24 games and they failed to score in 13 games. Liverpool hit the woodwork 31 times, a record in the Premier League since 2000. Had those shots been converted Liverpool could have ended up being on 4th place.

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Here are some interesting Statistics and Facts of Liverpool FC from the Barclays Premier League season 2011-12:

  • Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool side finished 8th on the table with 52 points.
  • Liverpool managed 12 clean sheets in a total of 38 games.
  • Out of 38 games, Liverpool won 14, lost 14 and 10 ended without any result.
  • Liverpool fell short of 17 points to qualify for the Champions League while they were 37 points behind champions Manchester City.
  • Liverpool rivals Everton finished a place above at seventh with four points clear for the first time since 2005.
  • Liverpool scored 1.24 goals/match while they conceded 1.05 goals/match in 38 games.
  • The Reds were unbeaten for 8 games, their longest winning streak is two games while their losing streak is three games.
  • Highest number of goals were scored against Chelsea, 6.
  • The Reds failed to score against Fulham, Swansea and Tottenham.
  • 14% of the goals were scored between the opening 10-20 minutes and 50-60 minutes, their highest percentage.
  • 15% of the goals were conceded between 10-20th minute.
  • Liverpool had registered the highest number of offsides by any team in the league, 125.
  • Only Merseyside rivals Everton failed to score against Liverpool.
  • Tottenham, Manchester City and Bolton have scored four goals against Liverpool in both home and away games, the highest by any team.
  • A total of 612 shots were attempted with 624 crosses.
  • All together 155 saves were made, 88 blocks and 249 clearances.
  • Out of the 40 goals conceded, three were own goals.
  • The Reds committed a total of 366 fouls with 60 cautions.
  • Liverpool stood seventh in the league in terms of possession.
  • Liverpool had a pass percentage of 80, 8th best in the league.
  • Anfield witnessed 7 own goals more than any other ground in the Premier League.

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