Liverpool boss Rodgers wants to break 100-goals mark
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers wants to break the 100 goals barrier this season.
The Reds are now champions-elect after victory over Norwich City.
Rodgers said: “It was an incredible victory and big congratulations to the players. That means we can’t finish lower than third, which guarantees Champions League football. I don’t think anybody would have expected that and it shows the effort we’ve put in and the quality we’ve shown. We still have other goals. We’ve scored 96 now. When I came in 20 months ago we’d scored 47.
“It shows the attacking set-up and mentality and how much we’ve improved. We want to be one of the few teams to score 100 Premier League goals. We’re looking forward to next week. There should be a great atmosphere inside Anfield.”
The table toppers are up against Chelsea at Anfield in a match that will decide where the English Premier League trophy goes in May.