Vardy maintains awesome record against Liverpool and Premier League's top teams

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The 30-year-old striker needed just three minutes to find the net against the Reds, showing how deadly he is against the top teams in the league

Jamie Vardy has upset Liverpool once again.

It took just three minutes for the Leicester City star to open the scoring against Jurgen Klopp's side in Saturday's meeting at Anfield and maintain his excellent record against the Reds.

The England international has developed a real knack for scoring against Liverpool, now having netted seven times against them - more than he has against any other team.

Only Andy Cole and Thierry Henry have scored more goals against the Anfield side in the Premier League than the 30-year-old.

The Reds are not the only big team in England to consistently suffer the wrath of the Foxes attacker.

His record against the traditional top six since August 2014 now stands at 22 goals in 41 games - the best record in the league against the top flight's most powerful sides.

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