Liverpool finally got some slight of comfort ahead of their upcoming Champions League final fixture against Real Madrid as The Reds have secure that top four set in Premier League.
Having to battle until the final day of this season, Jurgen Klopp’s men confirming their place for next season Champions League with their star player, Mohamed Salah also breaking the scoring record.
Needing just a point to confirm their top four finish, The Reds dismantled Brighton and Hove Albion 4-0 with Salah opening the scoring which was also his 32nd league goal this season, breaking previous records hold by the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Alan Shearer along with Luis Suarez.
Netting that amount of goals also means that the Egyptian international picked up the EPL’s golden boot beating Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane, who ‘only’ finished with 30 goals this season.
Although successfully breaking that 31 goals record, which have been lingering during Premier League 38 game seasons, Salah is still short from the league’s all time top scorers chart as Andy Cole and Shearer had 34 goals back when the EPL was still playing 42 games.
Arriving from AS Roma this summer with the prediction of being a squad player for Klopp’s men, the Egyptian has certainly performed way beyond expectation, notably in the goal scoring department.
Never really been known as a prolific goal scorer in his previous clubs, his collaboration with the former Borussia Dortmund tactician at Anfield seemingly brings out the best in Salah.
Before anticipating on whether he can repeat his excellent season, the former Chelsea player must first showcase his quality against Madrid.