Liverpool’s official website lists 12 numbers, recording the 5th anniversary of Van Dijk’s career in the Red Army

January 1st News Today is the 5th anniversary of Dutch central defender Van Dijk’s joining Liverpool. Liverpool’s official website lists some statistics. Review
Van Dijk’s 5-year career in the Red Army——

70——Van Dijk created the longest record of unbeaten home games during the period of playing for a single team in the Premier League, breaking the previous record of 59 consecutive home unbeaten games held by Lee Sharpe.
His new record at Liverpool ended at 70 games before a loss to Leeds United in October.

204 – He has played a total of 204 times in all competitions for Liverpool, starting each of them.

76 – Van Dijk played 38 times in the Premier League in both the 2018-19 and 2019-20 seasons, playing all 76 league games.
In these two seasons, Liverpool scored a total of 196 points and won the runner-up and championship respectively.

21——In 2019, Van Dijk helped the Red Army keep 21 clean sheets in 38 Premier League games, and thus became the first defender to be named UEFA Player of the Year.

8—In the voting for the 2019 Ballon d’Or, he narrowly lost to Messi by 8 votes, but also won nearly a quarter of the votes.

38 – Van Dijk has captained Liverpool 38 times, including wearing the captain’s armband for the first time in a 4-0 home win over Red Star Belgrade in October 2018.

84 – Matip is Van Dijk’s most frequent centre-back partner. The two have played together 84 times under Klopp.

94 – From February 2018 to October 2020, he made 94 consecutive league appearances, setting a new club record for the longest consecutive appearances in the Liverpool Players League.

15 – Of Van Dijk’s 18 goals so far for Liverpool, 15 have been headers, plus one with his right foot (vs. Southampton at home) and two with his left foot (vs. Wolves and Aston Villa)

6 – Van Dijk was most efficient scoring goals for Liverpool in 2018-19, scoring a total of 6 goals (4 Premier League, 2 Champions League).

2 – On two occasions he has scored more than one goal in a game, twice against Watford in February 2019 and against Brighton later that year.

84 – In the third round of the FA Cup at Anfield in January 2018, Van Dijk scored in the 84th minute of his Liverpool debut, helping the Red Army beat Everton 2-1 to advance to the next round

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