How Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool unbeaten run compares to Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea record

Liverpool are currently the champions of everything.

England, Europe and the world have all been conquered by Jurgen Klopp’s Red men in the last 12 months.

But Liverpool’s success has actually stretched back long before that, especially when playing at Anfield.

Wednesday’s impressive 5-3 win over Champions League-chasing Chelsea at home means the Merseyside outfit have now gone 59 games unbeaten on home soil.

For three full seasons Klopp’s side have managed to avoid defeat at Anfield, winning 47 in the last three campaigns.

The last time Liverpool tasted defeat at home was against Crystal Palace back in April 2017.

Jurgen Klopp has been given time to succeed at Anfield
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But how does Klopp’s achievement compare with Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea record-breakers?

The ‘Special One’ arrived at the Blues in 2004 and oversaw a stellar period for the west London outfit.

During Mourinho’s first stint in charge, Chelsea also failed to taste defeat at home in the league, going 38 matches unbeaten – winning 29.

The Portuguese’s second spell in charge extended that run to 77 games, before Sunderland managed a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge in 2014.

Chelsea didn’t lose a home league match under Jose Mourinho in his first stint
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Of those 77 league matches, Mourinho won 61.

After Mourinho left Chelsea for the first time, the club continued their unbeaten run under Avram Grant and eventually Luiz Felipe Scolari in 2008.

When the Blues were finally beaten at home for the first time since 2004, they had amassed 86 Stamford Bridge games without a loss.

This means Liverpool still have a way to go to beat the Blues and their stunning Premier League record.

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The Reds were enjoying a perfect home record this season before Burnley managed a 1-1 draw at Anfield this month.

And Klopp was disappointed his side could not keep the unblemished record.

“It’s our fault because we…