Liverpool midfielder, Georginio Wijnaldum has made a huge claim of his side likely to be on their way to being the present day invincible Premier League team as they look to emulate Arsenal’s 2003\2004 unbeaten run.
Up to this moment, Liverpool has had the best start in the Premier League this season with 8 consecutive wins and yet to loose a game as they look to equal Manchester City’s 18 games straight win campaign.
The Dutch professional who also ties the midfielder for the Reds has shared that it isn’t impossible to become the second modern day team to end a season unbeaten.
Arsenal are the only modern day team to have done this after they ended the 2003/2004 premier league season with 26 wins, 12 draws and 0 losses.
“It is possible,” the former Newcastle man said.
“Nobody knows how it’s going to be. We have had some luck up to now, but we have also put a lot of hard work in.
“We don’t think about the fact that Arsenal did not lose in that season. We just try to give everything in every game.”
With Liverpool’s current mentality, its likely the Reds are looking to help sink Man United into the relegation zone considering the records they want to equalize.
Although, Wijnaldum still doesn’t feel the Red Devil’s crumbling state ensures them a sure win over the Manchester based team.
“The way we handle every match is to respect the opponent and give 100 per cent,” he continued. “We try to do everything as good as possible, to work as hard as possible.
“Every game in the Premier League is tough. Look at the results we have had. I can’t remember a game where it was easy.
“We have won them all so far because we give everything and were totally concentrated. Also we have had a little bit of luck.”
Wijnaldum went on to express how he feels for Manchester United currently having their worst Premier League start as he also shared that no team is immune to what is happening at Old Trafford.
“It can happen to anyone,” the 28-year-old said. “It could happen to Liverpool, or Manchester United. It has happened to big clubs in Holland, but I don’t really think about it. I concentrate more on Liverpool.”