Liverpool's Salah named Premier League Player of the Season

Jurgen Klopp Liverpool UEFA Champions League Premier League

Jurgen Klopp Liverpool UEFA Champions League Premier League

The Egyptian still has an opportunity to break the record, as Liverpool are set to take on Brighton & Hove Albion in the final round of the EPL later Sunday.

The Reds will welcome Chris Hughton's side to Anfield in their final Premier League fixture of the 2017-18 season.

That was before Andrew Robertson sealed the rout with four minutes remaining.

During his first season with Liverpool, Salah has scored a total of 43 goals in 50 matches in all competitions. We will prepare the game there [on the trip] as well. Flying through Europe, playing there, coming then to playing Everton, playing West Brom, playing Stoke, playing Chelsea, all that stuff - it's really, really hard. But we had to accept it and we had to think about solutions. For us it is good. I've had a great season. "I enjoyed it while it lasted!" A few outstanding performances.

Liverpool have found themselves feeling like they will be playing 2 finals this month, one being this game, and the other being the Champions League final.

Having made two changes earlier in the half, Albion were forced into their final change with just under 20 minutes remaining as Shane Duffy pulled up with an injury, with the Republic of Ireland global replaced by Connor Goldson.

"I am very happy, I am very proud to win it", he told the Premier League's official website.

"It was never kind of open or on the edge and that's what we need to do again". It's hard to stand on your feet, that big is the relief.




"It's a almost ideal season for us".

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"Earlier we can analyse stuff, and there are a lot of things we can do then to get used to the situation".

"It was always on my mind to perform the best I can". He had a big smile on his face after the game.

And now the Premier League has recognised Salah's fine season by giving him another award, as the winger acknowledged a desire to prove a point has been a driving force for him.

"I think he got an award for getting out of the vehicle without an accident!" So it's really hard to stay focused and he is focused. "It's serious enough to put him out for today; he couldn't train the whole week". I had [Mohamed] Elneny but sold him.

"I would say 76 is obviously a bigger number than 75, but they are both big numbers".

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