Andy Robertson admits the records that
Liverpool continues to break will be “irrelevant” unless the season ends with the Reds hoisting aloft the Premier League title.
Jurgen Klopp’s side is re-writing the history books in 2019-20.
A first Club World Cup crown has been secured by the Merseyside giants, whereas the end of a 30-year barren run within the English top-flight seems to be coming back to a close.
Liverpool has already created the most effective begin to a domestic campaign that Europe’s elite leagues have ever seen, with twenty wins and sixty one points collected from twenty one games.
Many are already placing stars of this alongside icons of the past, however Robertson is aware that results and silverware are the sole things that matter.
The Scottish full-back told the Reds’ official web site of the records that are sent tumbling: “For us, they’re irrelevant .
“Yes, if we break records on the means, fine, great, however we will look at that [only] if we get a trophy.
“Because last season we broke records in terms of clean sheets and all over up empty-handed within the Premier League. Records don’t mean something unless they get you the end goal, hopefully, this season it will [come].”
Liverpool has force fourteen points clear at the top of the Premier League table.
It is being instructed that they have already got one hand on the crown, however Robertson isn’t buying therein mentality just yet with seventeen games still to take in.
He added: “This league is therefore laborious. perhaps generally we’ve made it look easy however believe me, it’s not – it’s therefore laborious to perform against each team that desires to beat you.
“The longer the run goes on, the additional everybody needs to beat you – ‘we beat Liverpool’ or whatever. we don’t take anything for granted. we aren’t celebrating in there that we are champions.
“We are simply celebrating a nice win just now. Long may that continue so in may perhaps we are able to start to celebrate.”
Liverpool’s next opponents are eager to break the Reds’ remarkable unbeaten run, with Manchester United due at Anfield on Sunday to rekindle old rivalries.