The record holder for the most clean sheets in a single Premier League season is Petr Cech's record of 24 in 38 games, while former Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has the second best record, with 20. Four games to play.
"Let's try that and if that's enough, perfect".
"And if that's enough, then ideal. If that's enough, perfect, and if not, we can not change it". And we didn't lose it here or there or whatever.
"Very smart people say "if you'd won at Leicester you'd be champions" and stuff like this but it's all b*******".
"It's all bulls**t. People and idiots bring something like this up".
"We need to focus on our games". We go to Porto now, which will be a tough one, and we will play there as good as possible.
"We know that they get at least two players back, Pepe and (Hector) Herrera, so they will be an interesting and hard challenge".
The victory over Chelsea was encapsulated in a couple of two-minute episodes in the second half.
Significantly more impressive, however, was Mohamed Salah's strike to double the lead, arrowing a phenomenal effort from outside the box into the top corner, far beyond a sprawling Kepa Arrizabalaga.
"It blew me away", the Liverpool manager said of Salah's 22nd goal of the campaign.
"That was one of the things we spoke about at half-time and it was wonderful that we scored a goal from that situation, Hendo in the box chipping the ball - a fantastic goal".
"But I am really happy with the performance because we stayed in the match very well".
"We had two or three opportunities to score after the second goal with Eden and Higuain".