Arsenal legend David Seaman admitted he expected Liverpool to become the new Invincibles.
But Seaman says Liverpool slipping up at Watford just underlined what an achievement it was by Arsenal when they did it in 2004.
Former Gunners keeper Seaman, who left Arsenal in 2003, said: “It shows how hard it was. If I’m honest, I did think Liverpool were going to do it because they looked so good.
"They were getting the ball back and they looked the perfect team. Did anyone see that coming at Watford?
“It was surprising. But what a benchmark Liverpool have set. They set it last season but Man City were even better and Liverpool are like a machine.
“They all know their jobs, they are so well organised and work so hard, it’s almost as if they have a set time to win the ball back.
“I heard Ray Parlour talking about it and saying after they had won the league it was hard to focus on the games.
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