Liverpool's 2016 in numbers

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp celebrates after Villarreal's Bruno scores an own goal and the first for Liverpool

With one match left in 2016, we take a look at the stats behind Liverpool's year in the Premier League.

Games played: 37

Liverpool's first game of 2016 was a 2-0 defeat away to West Ham United.

Wins: 20 (10 home/10 away)

The Red's first league win of the year came in the 4-5 thriller against Norwich City at Carrow Road. 

Draws: 10 (7 home/3 away)

Liverpool were held to a draw at Anfield by Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Sunderland, Newcastle United, Chelsea, Manchester United and West Ham United. 

Defeats: 7 (1 home/ 6 away)

In 2016, Manchester United were the only team to beat Liverpool at home in the Premier League.

Points accumulated: 70

Liverpool have picked up 10 more points in 2016 than they did in the entire 2015/6 season.

Longest winning streak: 4

This run included wins over Leicester City, Chelsea, Hull City and Swansea City. 

Longest winless streak: 3

It took four games for Liverpool to record their first win of 2016.

Goals scored: 86 (47 home/ 39 away)

Liverpool scored 6 goals in games against Watford and Aston Villa this year.

Goals conceded: 49 (18 home/31 away)

Liverpool conceded 4 goals in their matches against Norwich City and Bournemouth.

Clean sheets: 9 (5 home/4 away)

Lorius Karius was in goal for 3 of these clean sheets; while Simone Mignolet started in the other six shutouts.

Top goalscorer: Roberto Firmino (15)

Firmino scored Liverpool's first and second goals of 2016.

Most assists: Adam Lallana (9)

Lallana provided two assists in Liverpool's 5-1 win over Hull City. 

Shots on target: 270

Liverpool managed 17 shots on target in their 6-1 win over Watford. They only registered 1 shot on target in their 2-0 defeat to Leicester City.

Fouls given away: 386 

Liverpool gave away 17 fouls in their matches against Arsenal, Tottenham and Bournemouth.

Average possession: 61%

Liverpool had 80% possession in their 2-0 defeat to Burnley at the start of the 2016/7 season. The Reds have only had less possession than their opposition on four occasions (Tottenham, Bournemouth, Arsenal, Chelsea).

Yellow cards: 53

Klopp's men picked up five yellow cards in their 1-1 draw with Spurs in August. 

Red cards: 2

James Milner and Brad Smith were the only Liverpool players to see red in the Premier League during 2016. 

Substitutes used: 106

Jurgen Klopp used all three available substitutes on 34 occasions. There wasn't a league game in 2016 where he failed to bring on a sub.    

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