Sunday October 03 2010
UEFA Champions League: 2005
FA Cup: 2006
UEFA Super Cup: 2005
FA Community Shield: 2006
Premier League: 5th (58pts)
Champions League: Winners (beat AC Milan in Final)
FA Cup: 3rd round (lost to Burnley)
League Cup: Runners-up (lost to Chelsea)
Premier League: 3rd (82pts)
Champions League: Last 16 (lost to Benfica)
FA Cup: Winners (beat West Ham in Final)
League Cup: 3rd round (lost to Crystal Palace)
Premier League: 3rd (68pts)
Champions League: Runners-up (lost to AC Milan in Final)
FA Cup: 3rd round (lost to Arsenal)
League Cup: Quarter-final (lost to Arsenal)
Premier League: 4th (76pts)
Champions League: Semi-final (lost to Chelsea)
FA Cup: 5th round (lost to Barnsley)
League Cup: 5th round (lost to Chelsea)
Premier League: 2nd (86pts)
Champions League: Quarter-final (lost to Chelsea)
FA Cup: 4th round (lost to Everton)
League Cup: 4th round (lost to Tottenham)
Premier League: 7th (63pts)
Champions League: Group Stages
Europa League: Semi-final (lost to Atletico Madrid)
FA Cup: 3rd round (lost to Reading)
League Cup: 5th round (lost to Arsenal)
Liverpool under Benitez
P W L D
Premier League: 228 126 47 55
FA Cup: 17 8 5 4
League Cup: 17 10 6 1
Europe: 85 48 20 17
- Broke Bill Shankly's record of 65 European matches as Liverpool manager.
- Recorded Liverpool's biggest win at Old Trafford for 72 years. It was also the first time four Liverpool players scored at Manchester United in the same game.
- By lifting the FA Cup in 2005, he became the first manager in the club's history to win a trophy in each of his first two seasons in charge.
- In the 2006/2007 season, he recorded his 50th league win in just 93 games -- a record bettered by only two Liverpool managers of the previous 57 years, Kenny Dalglish and Bill Shankly.
- He won 81 of his first 150 league games in charge, surpassing Shankly. Only Kenny Dalglish (87) won more.