Liverpool’s rapidly unravelling season plumbed new depths on Sunday as they crashed to a sixth successive home defeat, going down 1-0 to relegation-threatened Fulham.
The reigning Premier League champions are in danger of losing touch with the top four as memories of last season’s triumphant charge to their first title for 30 years fade fast.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at where it has all gone wrong for Jurgen Klopp’s men.
November 12: Fellow defender Joe Gomez goes under the knife after damaging a knee tendon while on England duty and begins a lengthy period on the sidelines.
December 27: Klopp’s side squander two points as they fail to make the most of a dominant performance against struggling West Brom and are punished at the end when Semi Ajayi cancels out Sadio Mane’s opener to snatch a surprise 1-1 draw for new manager Sam Allardyce at Anfield.
February 3: Brighton repeat Burnley’s Anfield heroics as Steven Alzate’s first Premier League goal seals a famous win.
February 20: Richarlison’s third-minute strike and a late Gylfi Sigurdsson penalty clinch a first derby victory for Everton at Anfield in 22 years.
March 4: Mason Mount’s first-half goal condemns Liverpool to a fifth successive defeat at Anfield for the first time in the club’s history as Chelsea leave Merseyside with a 1-0 victory. Star striker Mohamed Salah is substituted with 28 minutes remaining and makes his displeasure clear.
March 7: The crisis deepens as Mario Lemina’s first Fulham goal seals a 1-0 away win, Klopp’s first loss against a promoted side.