Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah breaks (another) Premier League record
Apr 16 2018 by Marjorie Miles
City blew the chance to seal the title by losing 3-2 at home to local rivals Manchester United last weekend, and were then dumped out the Champions League at the quarter-final stage 5-1 on aggregate by Liverpool in midweek.
"[Salah] was very often in good situations and in the end he scored one goal", Klopp told reporters. It's good and impressive - what a number, wow! "It's like that, but in the end we play as a team".
It's no secret that Jurgen Klopp loves a fast paced attacking style of football, and it looks like it's paying off not only for the club, but for players themselves.
Salah's goal, his 30th in the league, not only increased his advantage over Harry Kane in the golden boot race, but also strengthened Liverpool's grip on a top-four finish as they re-established their 10-point cushion over fifth-placed Chelsea.
They had appealed the Premier League Match Centre's call to hand Christian Eriksen the goal, with Kane arguing the Dane's free-kick had brushed his shoulder, and the overturning of the decision prompted Salah to respond with surprise on social media.
When asked about the decision, Salah laughed and added: "I don't want to say anything about that!"
"You won't see a better collective team goal this week". Sometimes it's so obvious that he knows it.
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Jessica Schneck scored off an assist from Macey McCready and Isabella McMullen made 12 saves for North County (3-3). The Cards recorded two goals in two minutes from Blalock and senior Jillian Balog, bringing the score to 15-10.
"If he gets the golden boot it's pretty likely that we are successful, so no problem with that".
Salah has now scored 40 goals in 45 appearances in all competitions this season. He's already three goals away from breaking Sir Roger Hunt's goal record in a single season, and even on track to potentially break Ian Rush's record of 47 goals in a single season too.
For Bournemouth it's just about finish as high as possible this season with their Premier League status all but secured for another season.
Danny Murphy believes Mohamed Salah has proven the difference in Liverpool FC'sChampions League campaign. "Now we still have four (Premier League) games and they have five or six games so I have to think about my games and we see".
However, Pep Guardiola's men showed why they have been compared with the all-time great teams of the Premier League era by inflicting Spurs' first league defeat since the sides last met at the Etihad in December.
"The front three (Salah, Mane, Firmino) are outstanding players with mobility and pace, but the midfield three did really well as well".