Liverpool became the first English club to win all six of their UEFA Champions League games, beating AC Milan 2-1 in Italy. Despite coming from behind, Jürgen Klopp's side managed to maintain their 100% performance in the competition. This resulted in the 'Rossoneri' being knocked out of Europe.
Against the backdrop of the pandemic, the Reds struggled for a long period of time. During most of last season, it looked as though they would not qualify for the Champions League, and just managed to sneak in on the final day of the Premier League season.
It is now safe to say that Jurgen Klopp's side will not repeat last season's shortcomings as they have announced that they will be among Europe's finest once again.
With the Premier League title on the line, they have secured their place in history by becoming the first English team ever to win all six group matches in the Champions League.
Post the match Klopp said, “Honestly I don't feel a lot of pride in football because most of the time I expect good things to happen.
"But tonight there was a lot of pride, an exceptional performance; I don't mean we won six games, I mean this game because it was so good with that many changes.
"It is easy for me to make the changes but the boys have to be confident enough to show how good they are and I saw so many good football things tonight which is incredible.
"And we won all six games, which is absolutely incredible and just another chapter for this group of players. It's not a prize (winning all six).
"I'd have taken each points tally to go to the next round but 18 is the best so we take that as well."