Burnley ended Liverpool's unbeaten home game record with an Ashley Barnes spot kick on January 21st 2021.
Before the defeat, Liverpool last lost a home game back in April 2017 when a Christian Benteke's double condemned them to a 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace. They were unbeaten at home in a total of 68 games spanning for almost four years. They won 55 matches and drew 13 scoring 176 goals whereas conceding 44.
Though they were unbeaten in that time and number of matches, Liverpool still don't hold the record for longest unbeaten home games in English Premier League.
See the team that holds it,
Top five English Premier League longest unbeaten home games:
5. Manchester United: 35 games (December 1994 - November 1996).
4. Manchester United: 36 games (December 1998 - December 2000).
3. Manchester City: 37 games (December 2010 - December 2012).
2. Liverpool: 68 games (April 2017 - January 2021).
1. Chelsea: 86 games (February 2004 - October 2008).
As you can see from the list Chelsea holds the record and not Liverpool.
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