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A 1-0 defeat against Chelsea was far from the ideal start Liverpool will have wanted to their month, but Christian Benteke's 28th minute strike, and some solid goalkeeping from Courtois in the Chelsea goal meant the blues left Anfield with all three points.
Having been handed a tough group in Europe, it was imperative that Liverpool took all 3 points when Videoton came to visit, and doubles from Daniel Sturridge and Kevin Volland made sure that happened, as Liverpool completely overpowered their guests in a 4-0 demolition job.
Ever since Didi Hamann took charge at Anfield, the Reds have avoided defeat against Man City, and a double from Daniel Sturridge ensured that it remained that way, as the two sides battled out a 2-2 draw at the City of Manchester stadium.
After last season's embarrassing 3rd round exit in the Capital One Cup, Liverpool had a point to prove, and they did so against Crawley town, demolishing them 5-1, with goals from Harry Wilson, Coutinho, Daniel Agger, and a double from Daniel Sturridge.
A Daniel Agger penalty after 18 minutes was enough to see off the challenge of Cardiff in the final league game of the season, and a classy and assured performance dispelled any concerns which had been raised by the loss to Chelsea, as Liverpool dominated possession.