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Salah sets mark as Reds into UCL

Salah sets mark as Reds into UCL

Speaking to Liverpool's official website, Lovren said: "Every year it's getting more hard to get into the top four".

A classic end-of-season sizzler saw Tottenham say farewell to their temporary Wembley home by coming back from 3-1 down to beat Leicester 5-4 and secure third place.

"Mo has done great this year, he deserves it, he deserves the Golden Boot".

While most rushed to congratulate Mohamed Salah for the record-breaking finish to his first Premier League season with Liverpool, Stoke star Peter Crouch was there to point out that he had actually equalled the Egyptian's goal haul.for one day anyway. "Credit to him and long may it continue for us".

This has been an incredible season for Salah, who has impressed with his consistent performances and clinical nature in front of goal.

He then went to Roma, first on loan and then on a long-term basis for one season, before heading to Liverpool for 34 million pounds ($46 million), where he has helped lead his club to the Champions League final against Real Madrid, set for May 26.

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Like Salah, Robertson was enjoying his first season with Liverpool as the 24-year-old signed for the Red giants from Hull City last summer.

With another Premier League goal for the 6'7 striker, it was only a matter of time before the veteran was at it again on twitter, to the delight of his followers.

That meant Chelsea will not be playing in Europe's elite competition for the second season in three years.

Kane's England team-mate Jamie Vardy scored two of Leicester's four goals.

"The decision to hold the final at a location which is so hard and so extraordinarily expensive to get to is one that needs explaining by those who made it".

For Salah, it has been a remarkable year at Anfield, winning everything that ought to be won: he is the Premier League Player of the year, the PFA Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year and Liverpool's Player of the Year. The only circumstances in which a country can have more than four participants in the Champions League is if a team wins the Champions League or Europa League while finishing outside the automatic qualification spots.