Liverpool’s Lovren wants to end the season without a defeat

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Dejan Lovren hopes to repeat the achievement of Arsenal in the 2003/2004 season.

Liverpool are unbeaten in the English Premier League after 17 rounds. On the eve of the match with Wolverhampton on Friday, the performer said that the Reds wanted to repeat the achievement of Arsenal and go through the season without any defeat.

In a comment to FourFourTwo, Lovren said that his side hoped to stay invincible until the end of the season. He realizes that it will be a big challenge, however, this is what they want. 

Arsenal won the Premier League in the 2003/2004 season, not having suffered a single defeat.

Liverpool are ahead of City by one point and lead the standings after 17 rounds.

We told a day ago that Klopp’s club can strengthen the squad with the French performer of PSG, Adrien Rabiot, according to Sports Mole.

The Reds intend to buy the performer this winter. Earlier there was an information that Adrien Rabiot agreed a contract with Barcelona. Now, the player is waiting for certain consequences for refusing to sign a new contract.

(Reporting by Glushko Denys, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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