LFC Season 2010/2011

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Liverpool FC Season Quick Stats - Premiership

League Games Played - 38
League Games Won - 18
League Games Drawn - 9
League Games Lost - 11
League Goals Scored - 61
League Goals Conceded - 35
League Yellow Cards - 57
League Red Cards - 5
Highest League Position - 3
LLowest League Position - 14
League Top Scorer Torres - 18
Most League Appearances Reina - 38


Liverpool FC Season Quick Stats - All Competitions

All Games Played - 56
All Games Won - 26
All Games Drawn - 11
All Games Lost - 18
All Goals Scored - 82
All Goals Conceded - 54
All Yellow Cards - 78
All Red Cards - 6
League Top Scorer Torres - 22
Most Appearances Reina, Carragher & Kuyt - 53


Biggest victories of the season

6-1 v Hull City (26th September 2009, Premier League)

Heaviest defeat of the season

1-3 v Aston Villa (24th August 2009, Premier League)

0-2 v Fiorentina (29th September 2009, UEFA Champions League)

0-2 v Chelsea (4th October 2009, Premier League)

Highest scoring match

7 goals

6-1 v Hull City (26th September 2009, Premier League)

Clean sheets

21 (Debrecen x2, Unirea Urziceni, Lille (UEFA), Leeds (CC), Stoke, Burnleyx2, Man Utd, Evertonx2, Blackburn, Wolvesx2, Aston Villa, Spurs, Bolton, Man City, Sunderland, Fulham, West Ham, Hull City)

Doubles achieved

Bolton, Everton (Premier League), Unirea Urziceni (UEFA)

Doubles suffered

2 - Fiorentina (UEFA CL), Arsenal (PL), Chelsea (PL)

Hat-trick heroes

1 - Yossi Benayoun (3, 4-0 v Burnley, 12th September 2009, Anfield, Premier League)

1 - Fernando Torres (3, 6-1 v Hull City, 26th September 2009, Anfield, Premier League)