'Give the ball to Salah', Klopp hails Liverpool players for helping Mo

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It had been Salah's rival for the top scorer accolade Harry Kane who was getting pelters for being greedy last week after Spurs' appeal to the Premier League to take a goal off Christian Eriksen and give it to Kane.

The Egyptian moved to Anfield in a £35 million move from AS Roma in the summer where he scored 34 goals in 84 appearances for the Italian side over the course of two seasons.

The Egyptian global left the Giallorossi in the summer, but he'll be reunited with his former club in the Champions League semi-finals.

"It's all about him and all about us, how we finish the season", Klopp told reporters after the Cherries game. Yes, it's extraordinary. He knows that the kind of [football] we play suits him.

The 25-year-old Egypt worldwide has been one of European football's most impressive players this season following his move to Merseyside from AS Roma in the summer transfer window last year.

Though Real have won the tournament 12 times and Bayern have been crowned champions on five occasions, Salah said his ex-colleagues informed him the last thing they wanted was to be drawn against Liverpool. It was only 1-0 at half-time but we created a lot of chances and good situations.

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Last April , he ordered the strike of almost 60 Tomahawk missiles that destroyed a Syrian air base. He described the main aim as establishing "a strong deterrent" against chemical weapons use.

However, the winger, who has started 13 La Liga games this season, is said to want more game time at the Bernabeu under Zidane. "The Champions League nights are special for the fans, too".

"Thirty one years ago since Ian Rush". You show the boys and they see this.

"He didn't look today like he doesn't want to score in the next few games".

And according to Don Balon, their transfer plans ahead of next season hinge on their performance in this season's Champions League.

Although Salah has stolen numerous headlines at Anfield this season, he is not alone in his devastating attacking endeavours.