Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Mohamed Salah opens up on relationship with Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool

Mohamed Salah opens up on relationship with Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool

Salah has scored 44 goals in 51 appearances in all competitions this season, and will get the chance to add to that tally when Liverpool face Real Madrid in the Champions League final on May 26.

Newcastle United striker Dwight Gayle (-2.93) and Liverpool youngster Dominic Solanke (-2.49) were also named and shamed in the top five of the league's least clinical players. The goal drought in the final few months proved to be too much to overcome, as the Swans will join West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City in the Championship next year.

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Klopp also clearly pointed out that it is not easy to repeat the same number of goals for a player, but he is happy for Salah as he received the Premier League Golden Boot after the match against Brighton for an exceptional season in Liverpool colours.

The Egyptian's record 32 goals for a 38-game campaign denied Kane a third consecutive Golden Boot despite the English international's best ever campaign as his double in a thrilling 5-4 defeat of Leicester on Sunday took Kane onto 30 league goals. If you look at the two most hard away games at the moment, due to the way they play, are Manchester City and Liverpool. He has been a fundamental cog in Liverpool's Champions League successes so far this season. "The pressure was vast what we had in the last few weeks, but the boys dealt really well with it and that's a big, big thing". It's for us like a little pre-season to the game.

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Asked if he would unequivocally commit to being at Spurs come August - given the rumors frequently linking him to some of Europe's more, shall we say, free-spending clubs - Pochettino once again put the ball in Levy's court. Suarez will go down as one of the most brilliantly gifted forwards of his generation when he hangs up his boots, with his post-Liverpool spell at Barcelona making him a true great of the game.

Gabriel Jesus grabbed the only goal deep in injury time to give Manchester City the win at Southampton, who nevertheless stayed up. Since three or four weeks, he is back, and it is really nice to see him.

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Angel Rangel and Leon Britten both said their farewells after distinguished careers for Swansea and there was more emotion at Huddersfield where Arsenal manager Wenger signed off after overseeing his 1,235th game.

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