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Firmino won’t rule out Liverpool having an ‘Invincible’ season

Roberto Firmino has refused to rule out Liverpool maintaining their unbeaten start throughout the Premier League season.

Jurgen Klopp’s side currently lead the Premier League title race by a point and are yet to taste defeat in 17 league fixtures this season.

Arsenal in 2003/04 are the only team of the Premier League era to complete an unbeaten season, however Brazilian forward Firmino is refusing to rule out the possibility of Liverpool matching Arsene Wenger’s ‘Invincibles’.

“Of course it’s very difficult to stay unbeaten in this league,” Firmino told liverpoolfc.com.

“We’ll only do it with hard work.

“That’s what we’ve been doing until now, including going back right to the start when we came back for pre-season.

“We need to keep focused and fighting until the end to reach our goals and see where that gets us by the end of the season.

“This team has lofty ambitions and aims high. We are going for titles, we are a big club, we are always fighting for trophies.

“We’ll continue playing well, the way we are, and we’ll see where it gets us.”

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