Champions League final can make Liverpool legends

Doug Mendoza
May 16, 2018

Premier League Golden Boot victor Mohamed Salah has revealed what his former manager Jose Mourinho said to him on the two occasions the pair met this season.

Mohamed Salah will try to repeat his record-breaking scoring form at Liverpool next season, the Premier League's Golden Boot victor told Sky Sports.

United finished a huge 19 points behind champions Manchester City this season. This is my fourth year now and the first time I have got to 30 goals in the Premier League.

Mohamed Salah broke record after finishing the 2017/18 Premier League season with most goals scored in a single campaign.

Next stop Kiev for the Champions League final against Real Madrid, who will provide a much tougher examination.

"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.

The Egyptian was crowned PFA Player of the Year after an astonishing campaign for the Reds that saw him break the record for the most goals ever scored in a 38-game season.

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"That's what everyone wants and that's what's really exciting for us".

According to The Mirror, Liverpool are still interested in the Argentine worldwide, with the 25-year-old enjoying a decent if not overly impressive campaign with the Hammers having scored three goals and provided nine assists in 28 appearances this season. "I think after four years I think we need to assess that period and try to, if we want to play and be really contenders for big, big trophies, I think we need to review a little bit the thing".

"Mo has done awesome and he looks like a great player".

"We have a squad that compares with every team in the world - we have shown that in the Champions League. In these types of situations, with a club with our unbelievable fans, being fearless is the most important thing, and [taking] risks".

Speaking after their final day loss, Cavalhal told BBC Sport: "In my opinion, the few points that the team achieved in the first part of the season sent us down".

That result rendered Chelsea's match at Newcastle irrelevant to the Champions League battle and Antonio Conte's side went down 3-0 at St James' Park. "It's always [been] in my mind that when I came back, [I need] to give 100 percent, to give more, to succeed here, so yeah, I've had a great season, so let's see".

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