Burnley sealed a historic 1-0 win over Liverpool at Anfield, ending the 68-game unbeaten home league record of Jurgen Klopp's champions.
The result, achieved thanks to Ashley Barnes' 83rd minute penalty awarded after a foul on the Burnley striker by Liverpool keeper Allison, was the Clarets' first success at Anfield since 1974.
It was Liverpool's first league home defeat, since the Reds lost to Crystal Palace all the way back in April 2017.
A famous victory for Sean Dyche's team, here's how the national newspapers saw the game.
Burnley's shock victory against Liverpool at Anfield saw the Reds fall short 18 games short of Chelsea's unbelievable record of 86 games without defeat at home in the Premier League.
Jurgen Klopp and his men came into the game against Sean Dyche's side having not suffered a top-flight loss on home soil since Christian Benteke's double brought about a 2-1 defeat by Crystal Palace in April 2017.
But that all changed on Thursday evening when Ashley Barnes' penalty following Alisson's foul on the Burnley forward secured a 1-0 win for the visitors and ended Liverpool's 68-game unbeaten run at home in the Premier League.
Klopp's side did achieve more than three full seasons of superiority against Premier League opposition at Anfield, and their hugely impressive home form helped them end their 30-year top-flight trophy drought last season.
The Daily Telegraph
Liverpool’s four-year unbeaten home record is over. So might be their title defence.
Burnley and Sean Dyche triumphed where 68 predecessors failed, and perhaps what is most surprising is how unsurprising it felt by the time of Ashley Barnes’ winning penalty.
Sometimes you can smell a defeat when the team sheets arrive. There was a clue in Liverpool’s starting line-up, with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino starting on the bench.
Whatever analysis that is granted - they have hardly been in undroppable form of late - it signalled a manager searching for solutions in the least obvious places.
Then Jordan Henderson’s absence with a muscle injury maintained Liverpool’s structural imbalance. Henderson’s authority and influence is more noticeable when he is not there.
Full verdict here.
After 68 games, 55 wins, 13 draws and almost four years, fortress Anfield has finally been stormed. Burnley were the only team to take points off Liverpool at home last season. Now they recorded a still greater feat, Ashley Barnes’ late penalty making them the first team since Crystal Palace in April 2017 to take three points here.
Last month, Burnley registered their first top-flight win over Arsenal since 1974. Now came a first win at Anfield since the year Bill Shankly retired and the focus on Liverpool’s plight should not deflect from the way Sean Dyche keeps on chalking up historic feats with Burnley. A pragmatist may also savour the fact they leapfrogged Brighton to ease their relegation fears.
For Liverpool, though, this was an unwanted slice of history. For the first time since Gérard Houllier’s team failed to score in their final five games of the 1999-2000 campaign, they have gone four league matches without a goal.
Liverpool's 68-game unbeaten home run was brought to an end by Burnley as Ashley Barnes netted a late penalty at Anfield.
The Reds endured another dire attacking performance, with Divock Origi failing to capitalise on a rare start with a big miss at the end of the first half.
Liverpool kept on coming in the second half and the introduction of Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino brought some improvement.
But it was Burnley that found the breakthrough in the dying minutes, as Ashley Barnes drew a foul from Alisson in the area and converted a penalty.
The result leaves Liverpool six points off league-leaders Manchester United and deals a major blow to their hopes of defending the Premier League title.