Incredible stat showcases recent Liverpool dominance at the Emirates

Arsenal's Emirates Stadium used to be something of a bogey ground for Liverpool. Not anymore.

The Reds fought hard to topple the Gunners on Sunday afternoon, overcoming immense pressure to beat out their Premier League title rivals 2-0 to progress to the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Luis Diaz sealed the win with a clinical strike in stoppage time, doubling the Reds' lead after Jakub Kiwior headed into his own net to open the scoring in the 80th minute.

It acts as yet another win for Jurgen Klopp's side on the red side of north London - with one stat highlighting the scale of their recent away dominance against the Gunners.

Liverpool have won four of their last five games against Arsenal at the Emirates, with an aggregate score of 11-3.

All four wins have come against Mikel Arteta, and all have seen Liverpool keep a clean sheet - with their only defeat coming during the struggles of last season.

Before this, the Reds had only picked up a measly three wins in their previous 26 visits to Arsenal's hallowed turf.

It shows a stark upturn in results under Klopp, who himself had previously found consistent trouble in taking points from his trips to north London.

Continuing Liverpool's unbeaten run in domestic competitions, the Reds have now gone 16 games without a defeat in any of the FA Cup, League Cup and Premier League.

Is it too early to start getting excited about the quadruple?

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