The champions surrendered 1-0 to Chelsea, recording their fifth consecutive loss at their home stadium for the first time since its inception and moving away from the Champions League
Mana, crushed by pain
Liverpool fans touched the clouds last season when their team managed to win the championship for the first time in 30 years.
Tonight (Thursday) a complete continuation of their professional crash in recent months they saw their players in red record an unprecedented low when they recorded their fifth consecutive loss at Anfield - for the first time in history.
The Mighty Reds have hosted Chelsea who have improved greatly since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel with the knowledge that they must win to be in the picture of the battle for a place in the top four leading the Champions League.
The Blues had other plans and a goal from Mason Mount in the 42nd minute made it 0-1 that decided the match, gave him and his teammates a four-point gap from the opponent and left Jürgen Klopp, the host coach in complete shock.
With 11 rounds to go and according to the ability it has shown in the last two months in the league, Liverpool are in a very big problem.
Unlike Liverpool, Tottenham came back to smile when they managed to beat Fulham away 0-1 away from an own goal by Tucin Adrevio (19).
Everton also beat West Bromwich Albion by a goal from Richardson (65).
Inter opened a 6-point gap over AC Milan at the top of the table with an important win over Parma away.
The star of the evening was Alexis Sanchez who scored a double (55, 62) that set up an expensive 1: 2 for Narazuri.
Hernani (71) just shrank to the locals.