Raheem Sterling's goal edged a victory for Liverpool against Burnley away from home in the Premier League on Boxing Day.
Here are the top five statistics from the Reds' hard-fought win:
1 - This is the first Boxing Day fixture that Liverpool have won under Brendan Rodgers. The club had lost their previous two festive matches during the reign of the Northern Irish head coach.
3 - Sterling has scored three goals in his last three appearances after going 17 games without one for Liverpool.
The England international has now been directly involved in 36.3% of the club's goals in the league this season (4 goals and 4 assists).
83 - Kieran Trippier accumulated more touches than any other player in this match (91), while Burnley's Dean Marney recorded a match-best 58 passes, of which 86% were successful.
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4 - Burnley's George Boyd and Liverpool's Steven Gerrard recorded a joint-highest four key passes. Meanwhile, Sterling completed more dribbles than any other player (3).
53 - Liverpool made 56 clearances versus the Clarets, more than any other Premier League side on Boxing Day.