Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane’s goals in the second half gave Liverpool leaders an exciting 3-2 comeback win over West Ham United to beat Manchester City’s record of 18 wins in a row.
Liverpool took the lead after nine minutes, while Georginio Wijnaldum came from Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross.
Issa Diop equalized three minutes later and came from Robert Snodgrass’ corner before substitute Pablo Fornals came out of the center of Declan Rice in the 54th minute to put West Ham in the lead.
Salah equalized 14 minutes later, his low shot went through Lukasz Fabianski’s hands and legs before Mane turned the game nine minutes before the end.
A 21st consecutive home win binds the top division record set in 1972 by Liverpool’s team led by Bill Shankly.
The Reds are 22 points ahead of second-placed Man City, while West Ham remains 18th with 24 points, one point behind security.