Liverpool have become the most successful away team in Premier League history after their 4-0 win at West Ham's London Stadium saw them increase their tally of stadiums where they've tasted success to 51.
But while the Reds have tasted success at Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea, there is one Sheffield stadium where they have never enjoyed a win during the history of the Premier League.
And that's Sheffield United's Bramall Lane ground - just one of three stadiums Liverpool have played at during the Premier years where they have never come away with the full three points.
While the Merseysiders have emerged triumphant from Hillsborough over the years, as well as Tottenham's White Hart Lane and their rivals Everton at Goodison Park, a win at Bramall Lane eludes them, although admittedly, the two sides haven't met that much.
The pair played out a 1-1 draw at Bramall Lane in 2006 and a 0-0 draw in Sheffield on Boxing Day 1993.
Meanwhile, Liverpool clocked up victories at Hillsborough in 1995 and 1999.
Sunday's win at West Ham’s new stadium means the Merseyside giants have now won at 52 different Premier League grounds - 51 away grounds and of course, their own Anfield Stadium.
Only two other clubs in Premier League history have reached the 50-mark - Arsenal and Manchester United.
The two top flight giants have managed wins at 50 different grounds exactly.
Chelsea come in next with victories at 48 different arenas around the country.
Liverpool have only failed to win at three Premier League grounds in the division's 25-year history with Blackpool's Bloomfield Road and Nottingham Forest's City Ground the others.