Liverpool set a new Premier League goalscoring record following their 4-0 victory against Tottenham Hotspur this afternoon. The result means Brendan Rodgers’ Reds have scored four or more goals in a game for the 11th time this season – the most in the Premier League’s 22-year history. The result took them to the top of the table with six games still to play as they bid for their first league title since 1990. Striker Luis Suarez netted his 29th goal of the season in the victory against Spurs, breaking Robbie Fowler’s club record for most goals in a Premier League season, set in 1995/96. Liverpool have now netted 88 goals this season, putting them on course to break Chelsea’s record of 103, set in the 2009/10 season. Strike pair Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have scored 49 goals between them, putting them six behind the record of 55 set by Andy Cole and Peter Beardsley in the 1993/94 – though that was in a 42-game season.