Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Mo Salah Reveals What Mourinho Told Him After He Joined Liverpool

Mo Salah Reveals What Mourinho Told Him After He Joined Liverpool

Salah pounced on a loose ball inside the area to comfortably beat Ryan and claim his 45th goal of the season overall.

We would have picked up more Premier League points this season had we not been involved in the later stages of the Champions League. In ding so, the Egyptian forward became the first player to score 32 Premier League goals since the 20-team format came into being, his 44th in all competitions in what has been a remarkable season.

Gini Wijnaldum says Liverpool's players can make themselves "legends" with a Champions League win over Real Madrid.

The striker has made 27 appearances, six of which have been starts, in all competitions for Liverpool this season.

"So there's still work to do, and I'm really happy about that".

That ensures Salah will be brimming with confidence going into the Champions League final against Real Madrid on 26 May. I played a lot of games.

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Since lifting the Champions League in 2005 Liverpool have won just one trophy, the 2012 League Cup, and the weight of expectation of adding to their European haul grows ever greater on Jurgen Klopp's players.

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"It is not going to be a final between Mohamed Salah and Cristiano Ronaldo". The final will surely be a thriller as Los Blancos boasts of attacking style of play, while the other - the English side - has a strong defensive line.

The Egypt worldwide arrived from Roma in a £36.9million deal last summer with many critics questioning his signing on the basis of 12 unsuccessful months at Chelsea three years previously. His eye for a pass, first touch and intelligence set him apart from many speedy wide players of his type, and the rawness to his game is evaporating all the time.

"Everyone can imagine that the boys now need a little bit of rest, we give them two days then we go on a little camp and will not train [at] high intensity".

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