It has now been more than two years since Andrew Robertson signed for Liverpool from Hull, but he has yet to taste defeat at Anfield in his time at the club.
Liverpool fan @Kloppholic on Twitter posted the remarkable statistic that the 25-year-old left-back has played 41 home games for the Reds, none of which have ended in defeat.
Robertson has played 41 games at Anfield, as a Liverpool player. He is yet to lose a single one. Incredible stat…
— Kloppholic (@Kloppholic) August 27, 2019
Since the beginning of the 2017/18 season, Liverpool have lost only twice at Anfield, an FA Cup defeat to West Brom in January 2018 and a Carabao Cup loss to Chelsea last September. Robertson did not feature in either of those games.
The Reds’ last home defeat in the Premier League was against Crystal Palace in April 2017, while they have not been beaten on home soil in European competition since a 0-3 reverse to Real Madrid in a Champions League group stage match almost five years ago. [via TransferMarkt.co.uk]
Robertson has been on the losing side at Anfield once, but that was with former club Hull in their 5-1 defeat to Liverpool in September 2016.
These Liverpool fans on Twitter hailed the defender’s impact at the club in reacting to his Anfield record:
The only game Robertson lost was when he was playing for hull. Great stat.
— mathew (@mdeeks76) August 27, 2019
The working class hero!
— Talha Altaf (@talhaaltaf97) August 27, 2019
Watch #InsideAnfield against Arsenal in YT. He’s like our Vice-Captain in defence, at halftime he warns Adrian to be careful about something. Wants to make sure the stat continues.
I pray he never breaks this omen
— Always Klopptimistic (@Dhanuj_Nair) August 27, 2019
And some people reckon he’s the second best Scottish left back
— martin rush (@super_rush) August 27, 2019
Best full back in the world,only player that comes close is TAA
— Mimi (@cLaY_bLUe) August 27, 2019
I reckon by the time he’s finished he’ll be up there with the long list of Scottish Liverpool greats! Great player already
— Gary McGhee (@GaryMcGhee45) August 27, 2019
— Tim Johnston (@criticalsnap) August 27, 2019
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