The Reds have had a poor season so far…
Liverpool have now passed the point in their season where they cannot reach the same points tally as the last campaign even if they won every match, reports the Daily Mail.
The Merseyside club have endured a terrible season so far, and have suffered from the higher expectations that came about as a result of the great performances last time round.
Even so, the fact that they can’t even match the points tally if they took maximum points from the middle of January must be massively disappointing for manager Brendan Rodgers.
One of the Reds’ biggest problems has been their inability to deal with the loss of Luis Suarez to Barcelona and Daniel Sturridge to injury.
They have struggled for goals with summer signings Rickie Lambert and Mario Balotelli not seeming up to scratch for a team that is aiming for Champions League qualification. Fabio Borini has also been uninspiring when he has been given a chance.
Liverpool will now be looking to pick up some better results in the second half of the season, with the underperformance of teams such as Arsenal, Manchester United, and Everton meaning that they are still in with a chance of getting in to the top four of the Premier League.