Liverpool centre-back Virgil van Dijk has broken a Premier League record. Becoming the player who played the longest unbeaten home game for 60 consecutive games,
the 30-year-old just showed good form to start as the team helped the team keep a clean sheet at home to beat West Ham 1-0. Allowing them to maintain a three-point gap with the crowd, Manchester City, who are preparing to battle with Manchester United on Sunday night.
The victory overwhelmed the Dutch defenders. Breaking Premier League records Became a player who has played 60 consecutive unbeaten home games for the club, the total number he has played for the team since joining in 2018, including 52 wins and eight draws. the ufabet report.
Van Dijk, 30, led the Liverpool defence to help seal the result, and in doing so he took his run of unbeaten league matches at Anfield since making his debut for the Reds to 60.
Sharpe managed to go 59 Premier League games (W47, D12) for United after making his competition debut in November 1992 before experiencing his first home defeat. That run spanned four whole seasons before coming to an end in the Red Devils’ first home game of the 1996-97 campaign, a 2-0 defeat against Sheffield on Wednesday at Old Trafford. Sharpe actually made his first-team debut for United four years earlier in 1988 while he was still just 17 years old. So, as impressive as his Premier League home record was, you could say he held it on a technicality.
It broke Lee Sharpe’s previous record of 59 consecutive games at Old Trafford and Manchester United that ended in 1996, followed by Sean Wright-Phillips. Made in Stamford Bridge and Chelsea in 42 games.