Liverpool were made a record-equalling 18th-straight Premier League win on Monday, defeating West Ham by 3-2 goals.
Sadio Mane scored in the 81st minute to secure three more points on the march to a first title in 30 years.
Jurgen Klopp’s team took an early lead in 9 min but Issa Diop levelled after 3 min.
Home fans responded to the goal by chanting, ‘We’re going to win the league’ – only to be quickly silenced by an equaliser at the Kop end.
Substitute Pablo Fornals – on for the injured Tomas Soucek – then put West Ham ahead in the 54th minute, providing a well-placed, first-time finish when picked out by Declan Rice’s cross.
Mohamed Salah put the ball between West Ham goal keeper’s legs and cross the line in 68 minutes.
Mane scores a winning goal for Liverpool which was assist by Alexander Arnold in 81 min. Mane had a second goal ruled out by VAR for offside, but Liverpool were still able to celebrate a 21st successive home triumph, an English top-flight record.