Mo Salah explains motivations behind record-breaking Liverpool exploits

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With the Champions League final in Kiev under two weeks away as Liverpool hope to stun back-to-back champions Real Madrid, the Reds need every advantage they can get and Jurgen Klopp feels his side may have one.

The 25-year-old has also swept the Premier League Player of the Season, the Football Writers' Association's Footballer of the Year, the Professional Football Association's Players' Player of the Year, the Arab Player of the Year and the African Footballer of the Year awards in 2017/18.

'He told me that he is happy with what I am doing. "I really respect him a lot and I'm sure we are going to do something special for the club this year to end it".

So just how many records did he break on route to the Premier League Golden Boot? The result means that Liverpool have now gone the entire league season unbeaten at home (the only side in the four top divisions in England to do so), and have kept 17 clean sheets for the first time since the days of Rafa Benitez.

Liverpool should fancy their chances of getting at least a point, bearing in mind that they are yet to lose a game at Anfield in the league this season. It's going to be a tough game - we know they have so much quality.

Klopp said he was now "really looking forward" to the Champions League final, adding: "It was always a bit: 'Come on, don't let's talk about it, we have to play this game and this game first.' Now, we will be ready".

Liverpool have reportedly made some huge demands to Real Madrid if they are to sign Mohamed Salah, Daily Star, quotes Don Balon.

'They are used to playing in games like this. "I think it's a record that will stay for a long time".

That, coupled with a Champions League final appearance, would be a successful season in itself. We deserve to be there, so we need to show that, be courageous and do our thing.

"It is awesome to see that but it's good for English football - and it's good for us that the job was already done".

Pete Oliver, managing director for marketing and sales at BT Consumer, said: "This season we have shown some absolutely wonderful games and have had some of our biggest games to date with our Uefa Champions League viewing figures up by 47 per cent this season".

"It is really hard to stay focused but he is focused". I played a lot of games.

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