Sadio Mane was also on target for Liverpool against the Cherries as they moved to within two victories of guaranteeing a top-four finish and qualification for next season's Champions League. "I can not lie - it is in my mind", he explained. I have no doubt the Champions League. If you had a choice between the Champions League and [honours like the Golden Boot] then of course the Champions League.
With four league matches and at least two legs of a Champions League semi-final remaining, Salah now has club great Rush's all-time Liverpool season-record haul of 47 goals, achieved during the 1983/84 campaign, in his sights. 'You can see everyone tries to pass the ball to help me.
"It's like that but, in the end, we play as a team". I'm also sure Tottenham's players try to help Harry Kane and also Manchester City's try to help Sergio Aguero'. I don't care about the rest.
The benchmark for Liverpool performances was set 30 years ago.
The Egypt global strike helped Liverpool start a comeback in their 2-1 victory over Pep Guardiola's side in the second leg of their quarter-final tie at the Etihad Stadium.
Alisson has been tracked by Liverpool over the past couple of months with Jurgen Klopp expected to make a foray in the window to bring a new goalkeeper to the club.
Klopp showed his intent from the off at Anfield by making just one change from the side that beat City 2-1 at the Etihad in midweek as captain Jordan Henderson returned from suspension.
Egyptian legend Mohamed "Mo" Salah scored his 40th goal of the season on Saturday, equaling the record of Welsh maestro Ian Rush who became the last Liverpool player to reach that tally in 1987.
"I love watching that kind of football but I don't just want to be the entertainer or whatever and it is like, "Oh, we had fun, but we didn't win anything". We come together to win things'.