BRADFORD (Park Avenue) supporters had a slight grin on their faces when Jay Rodriguez netted against the top flight champions to give Burnley a rare draw at Anfield.

Not because the striker has any affiliation to the club, but due to the goal meaning Bradford held on to their record of the most consecutive home wins from a football league team.

Liverpool fell one victory short of equalling the 25-game run set by Claude Ingram's Third Division North side during 1926 and 1927.

Although, the form didn't lead to promotion, it helped Avenue produce respectable second and third place finishes.

In a first half which was dominated by the table toppers, Andy Robertson finally put one past the excellent Nick Pope to break the deadlock, before Rodriguez's 69th minute strike denied the Reds.

Despite dropping points, Jurgen Klopp's men have won the Premier League at a canter this term and are still on course to break Man City's record points tally (100).

After a 50-year absence, let's hope Mark Bower's side can get back to the promised land and set even more records one day.