Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Klopp praises Salah for keeping grounded

Klopp praises Salah for keeping grounded

It additionally ensured Salah claimed the Premier League golden boot, ending two targets away from Tottenham's Harry Kane - victor of the award within the earlier two seasons - so as to add a sixth main particular person honor to an already overflowing mantlepiece.

With just 90 minutes and the formidable foe of a Ronaldo-led Real Madrid standing between Salah and the Champions League, the "Egyptian King" would now surely swap all his individual accolades for a shot at immortality in the red of Liverpool. This is my fourth year now and the first time I have got to 30 goals in the Premier League.

Liverpool's leading scorer Mohamed Salah, along with Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, have combined to help the club score a record 46 goals in 14 Champions League matches on the way to the final.

With the Champions League final in Kiev under two weeks away as Liverpool hope to stun back-to-back champions Real Madrid, the Reds need every advantage they can get and Jurgen Klopp feels his side may have one.

"I am looking forward to the competition again next year", said Kane, who was pilloried on social media for claiming a goal off team-mate Christian Eriksen at Stoke last month in his quest to catch Salah. If you look at the two most hard away games at the moment, due to the way they play, are Manchester City and Liverpool.

As Salah paraded the Golden Boot, there were wonderful scenes as his daughter, Makka, came onto the field and kicked about a ball to loud applause from the Liverpool fans who stayed behind after the final whistle.

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BT's Consumer MD of Marketing, Pete Oliver, said: "To have Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League final is fantastic".

That established a new mark for a 38-game campaign, beating the previous 31-goal record he shared with Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez. "The pressure was huge what we had in the last few weeks, but the boys dealt really well with it and that's a big, big thing".

Dejan Lovren added a second before Dominic Solanke and Andy Robertson registered their first goals for the club in the 4-0 win.

You have to defend really well, be a bit fortunate, which a times we were, have a good goalkeeper that can make good saves, and most of all, we needed to be better on the ball.

"I haven't seen Mo to talk with him". I think it's so important to move to the new stadium, the facilities are unbelievable, but not only with the new stadium we are going to be close to winning.

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