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Mohamed Salah

GETTY Mohamed Salah was involved in four of Liverpool's five goals tonight against former club Roma

Salah has announced himself as a world-class player during his first season at Anfield scoring 43 goals in all competitions, and picking up PFA Player of the Year award along the way.

"This is the first Champions League semi-final for Roma in three decades, we're not used to it".

That trio has scored 88 goals between them this season, and the biggest problem facing Roma in next week's return will be not conceding. "So the decision to send him on loan was a decision we made collectively, but after that, the decision to sell him and to use that money to buy another player wasn't mine".

"There won't be a thousand changes because it's an important Premier League game for both teams".

The Egyptian, who signed for Liverpool from Roma previous year, then doubled the home sides lead just before half-time to send the Reds in at the break with an unlikely 2-goal lead.

Obviously depending on what Liverpool do in the Champions League, if they do go on and win it, then you have to say when you look at Cristiano Ronaldo, he's saved much of his best work for the Champions League.


The global pop star, who is now touring to promote his album "Flicker", caught the dramatic finale of the first leg of the Champions League final between the Reds and Roma.

"He deserves the credit, but I think he deserves even more, to be honest". Where I get frustrated with the captain is when we don't see a dominant showing like Tuesday against Swansea or West Brom.

Salah's importance was further demonstrated by the fact Roma scored the two goals that give them a slither of hope of turning the tie around, after he had been substituted. Having lost 4-1 in the Nou Camp, the Giallorossi produced a brilliant performance to win 3-0 at the Stadio Olimpico and stage an incredible comeback to go through on the away goals rule.

Liverpool are still not guaranteed the top-four finish that would secure a place in next season's Champions League and still need to travel to fifth-placed Chelsea, who could overtake them.

"Ramadan was a bit hard for me because we had two training sessions every day, the weather was very hot and I played in every game".

"Against Barca, we were unlucky in the first leg, with little details going against us".

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