Relentless Liverpool Can Smash Records, Says Ian Rush
Liverpool's unsurpassed driving goalscorer Ian Rush accepts the recently delegated Premier League champions have a persevering hard working attitude that separates them even from the club's past extraordinary groups.
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The Reds made sure about a nineteenth association triumph with a record seven matches to save when Manchester City lost 2-1 at Chelsea on Thursday.
Surge said the current crew merited examination with the all-vanquishing side of the 1980s, in which he played, yet felt Jurgen Klopp's side demonstrated an unrivaled hard working attitude.
"At the point when we won the group we would go out, celebrate and have an incredible night," Rush disclosed to Britain's Press Association.
"We won once with five or six games to go and after that I don't know whether we dominated a match," included the previous striker in front of eSoccer Aid for Unicef, occurring on Saturday.
"In a season your main responsibility is to win the class and when we won it the preparation was loose."
Be that as it may, Rush said Klopp's players indicated an amazing yearning.
"Circumstances are different and these players presently are so engaged and fit," he said. "On the off chance that you see this part now they won't stop, they'll prop up on the grounds that they need to dominate each match.
"They'll be stating 'We won the class, how about we go for City's 100 focuses (a record set in 2017/18)'."
Surge, who scored 346 objectives for Liverpool, played in the last Anfield side to win the title, in 1990.
The previous striker said it was the activity of Klopp's group "to establish precedents" for Liverpool.
"To break any Liverpool record is an accomplishment in itself," he included. "These can break more records so they must be up there with the best.
"The normal age of the group is additionally excellent so throughout the following hardly any years ideally Liverpool will be very fruitful."