Salah Breaks Drogba's Premier League Record

Salah Hits 40 Goals As Liverpool Beat Bournemouth

"If you had a choice?"

The result ensured Liverpool consolidated their position in third place in the Premier League standings with four games remaining.

The reds were on song despite the midweek exploits to surge through to the Champions League Semi Finals. To win the Champions League is.

"After 15 minutes I said we'd be champions, after what happened and we reacted", said Guardiola, who will be on the golf course with his son when United play on Sunday. "I don't care about the rest".

And of the golden boot? Of course I can not lie - it is in my mind.

"Weeks ago I said to Mo after a game, "That's a situation where you have to pass".

His performances have also seen him become favourite to be named PFA Player of the Year in what seems a straight shoot out between him and Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne.

"I think the way we play it gives us more chances to score".

But can he break Rush's record of 47 set back in the 1983-84 season?

Liverpool's Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah (2nd R) celebrates with teammates after scoring their second goal during the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Bournemouth at Anfield. It's also very close, it's just seven goals.

You could nearly see the joy in Henderson's eyes as he was asked to comment on Salah's goalscoring.

Former Liverpool FC star Murphy believes Salah has proven the big difference in the Champions League for the Reds this season.

And Klopp admitted victories in the first two and safe passage to the final in Kiev before they make the trip to Stamford Bridge on May 6 is his ideal scenario. But Klopp warned: 'I don't just want to be the entertainer. "Unfortunately it is not sure that that will happen but we will try".

"You could see in the last 10 or 15 minutes how intense it was for the boys".

Liverpool topped off a terrific week with yet another impressive victory, this time at home to Bournemouth on Saturday.

However, the hosts didn't have to wait much longer to strike an early advantage as Mane opened the scoring, converting at the second attempt after his header from Henderson's pinpoint ball was initially saved by Asmir Begovic.

For all Liverpool's dominance, they only had one goal to show for it in the first half as Salah continued to be frustrated, with Steve Cook's brilliant challenge denying him. "My own personal pride will try to drive the players to maximise every game".



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