Salah wins Golden Boot as Liverpool qualifies for CL

Mo Salah helped Liverpool see off Brighton

Mo Salah helped Liverpool see off Brighton

The Egyptian forward lifted the Golden Boot, given to the league's top scorer, to loud cheers after the game.

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has praised Mohamed Salah for keeping his feet on the ground during his record-breaking Premier League season.

Jose Mourinho is becoming desperate for a marquee player as he targets Premier League glory next season after United finished 19 points behind champions Manchester City.

"For me, it was a target to improve on past year, when I got 29, and it was nice to get to that 30-goal mark".

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Kane, meanwhile, has challenged Salah to retain the honour next season, acknowledging that "it's great for the Premier League to have two players at the 30-goal mark".

Despite this, Hughton insists the nation will be behind Liverpool when they travel to Kiev on 26 May to take on La Liga giants Real Madrid in the continent's premier competition for the final.

Salah broke the record for the most number of goals in a 38-game campaign when he scored his 32nd in Liverpool's 4-0 win over Brighton on Sunday.

With 44 goals and 14 assists in 52 games for club and country, Salah has placed himself among the world's elite forwards.

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"With Ronaldo being one of the greats, probably one of the best players ever, it's going to be an honour to hopefully play against him", he said via Sky Sports.

Gabriel Jesus grabbed the only goal deep in injury time to give Manchester City the win at Southampton, who nevertheless stayed up. "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".

Brighton manager Chris Hughton will be supporting Liverpool later this month when the Anfield club take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final. We have shown that in the Champions League. We have to see how we're going to perform. "We did not talk much; I just said "hi" to him, and he told me that he was happy for me".

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.

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