Mohamed Salah sets Premier League scoring record


As Liverpool are in the tussle for the top 3 spot of the Premier League this season, Klopp made sure the Reds never witness a low morale and insisted that his side should continue to flourish with their aggressive and angry approach. It was just a good game and we were really hard to play today, I would say.

Liverpool are now third in the Premier League, two points behind second-placed Manchester United.

"Of course we can stay there".

To date, Can has managed 14 goals - with his final effort of 2016/17, a stunning overhead kick against Watford, having been voted the goal of the season - while creating a further 12 for his teammates.

James Milner might not be the first name on Liverpool's team sheet, but the former Manchester City man never fails to deliver whenever he gets his chance on the field.

"We have a goal to speak about and, as a team, we are going to do our best".

He said: "I think healthy competition within each position is good for each player because knowing that you've got to perform every week is something that you go out there and it's in your head".

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The Toffees have found the back of the net just 32 times in the league so far this season - that is just ahead of the combined tally of Salah and Mane. "Hopefully there is no stopping of the goals", Alexander-Arnold added. "Why can't we win all the remaining games?"

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"You have a good moment, you have to keep it going". You don't really see that from a number nine.

Moyes has lifted the team somewhat following a poor start to the campaign with Slaven Bilic as manager, but defeat in South Wales and suddenly all that good work will be undone.

"I'm happy that I could score - because we trained it yesterday and I scored like that".

There also remains a three-point gap between David Moyes' men and the bottom three and they face the first team now in that relegation zone this weekend in Swansea.