Jurgen Klopp's troops could still make more points history, however, as three wins from their final four games against Burnley, Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle will see them set a new record for the amount of points accumulated in a single Premier League season.
Liverpool's title winners are also two points better off than Arsenal's "Invincibles" from 2003/04 - the only side to have gone the whole season unbeaten en route to winning the Premier League.
Klopp must wait to discover the extent of the injury but is understandably concerned and feared it "will not be nothing, probably".
"And if in the end we get the record, good".
'We all felt [concern] very much.
"It was an bad moment when Hendo went down", he said. "That's nice, could have scored more, that's true, but that's pretty much all".
"250 goals is really exceptional", said Klopp.
'Hendo fights with everything if he has pain he will never tell you.
"We now have 92 points and last season we had 97!"
After rebounding from their defeat to Manchester City with a victory over Aston Villa on Sunday, Liverpool travelled to Brighton on Wednesday night and a Mohamed Salah opener, quickly followed by a Jordan Henderson goal, gave the Reds the ideal start.
'But he deserves to lift the trophy - and he will lift the trophy.
'However, my rehabilitation will start immediately and I'll be working hard to be back to full fitness in just a matter of weeks in order to be fully ready for the start of the new season.
"Thanks to everyone for the messages of support and I look forward to being back our there as soon as possible".