Virgil van Dijk wants Liverpool to cap off a "great season" by making the most of a Champions League final he has no doubt they deserve to be in.
"They are really professional - this is their third final in three years, so that says a lot about that team".
'I'm not talking about the best finisher or the best work rate, I'm talking about all round.
"It's, for us, the next step and I am really, really happy and really proud of the boys".
"I'm happy for him and of course he gets the Golden Boot award - cool". Liverpool maintain that he's just away for the rest of the season due to personal reasons.
2018 is the third year in a row where they have made the Champions League final free to watch live on YouTube.
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"We had a lot of injury problems and the group of players which was involved today have to do the job all the time".
The Egyptian moved through the gears, leaving Brighton players in his wake, before sliding a pass for Solanke to rifle a shot into the roof of the net and end a 617-minute wait for his goal since arriving from Chelsea in the summer.
"I am looking forward to the competition again next season". No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. It's going to be hard but I think that's something we can deal with. The only thing we have to do is play our own game and not be nervous.
"It is unbelievable to see that but it's good for English football - and it's good for us that the job was already done".
Mohamed Salah could yet write one final crowning chapter in what has been a phenomenal season for Liverpool's Egyptian global.
That ensures Salah will be brimming with confidence going into the Champions League final against Real Madrid on 26 May.
"For sure it feels to me like we have improved from last season, even if we had a few results that weren't as good as they could have been". "We will also train hard to stay in shape and to prepare ourselves for Real Madrid". I am playing for a great club and we have great players, so qualifying to the final came with great teamwork.
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