Emile Heskey gives his verdict on whether Klopp's Liverpool could emulate Invincibles
- Arsenal finished the 2003/04 season unbeaten.
- Liverpool haven't dropped a single point so far this year.
- Heskey says it wouldn't be a surprise if the Reds don't suffer a loss this campaign.
- He admits, though, one bad game could spoil everything.
"If Liverpool went the whole season unbeaten I don’t think it would surprise anyone, but it’s too much to ask of a team. When you look at City’s result against Wolves, it just shows how punishing one bad week can be.
"Wolves haven’t been playing their best football so I can’t imagine many thought they would get a 2-0 win against City, but they didn’t give City any respect and earned a great win. It could easily happen against Liverpool."
Liverpool have accumulated 24 points and sit top of the table 8 points clear of City.
Wenger's Arsenal set a record in a 2003/04 season that hasn't been matched since. The Gunners finished the Premier League campaign unbeaten having won 26 games and drawn 12.
Henry, Wenger and other members of the legendary team speak on that fantastic season: