Mohamed Salah set a new Premier League record of 32 goals in a season as he opened the scoring in Liverpool‘s final day rout over Brighton.
Salah opened the scoring against Brighton with a fine left-footed finish on the end of a good move featuring potential England World Cup outsiders Trent Alexander-Arnold and Dominic Solanke.
Dejan Lovren made it two just before half-time with a thumping header from Andrew Robertson’s cross, with Salah involved once more after a corner.
The Egyptian then added an assist to his name as he slipped in Solanke for his first goal in a Liverpool shirt.
Robertson rounded off the scoring with his own first goal for the club, and despite Harry Kane’s brace in Tottenham’s thriller against Leicester, the Golden Boot was confirmed as Salah’s.
The winger was brought back out after the match to collect the award, being accompanied by his daughter, who was cheered on as she engaged in a quick kick-a-bout with the former Roma man.
— Richard Buxton (@RichardBuxton_) May 13, 2018
Leighton Baines speaks to The Mind Map.
Not a good day to be an ATV Irdning fan.
Can we do it all again?
Try getting this Southgate chant out of your head.
The World Cup wasn’t *just* about great football.
Gerard Houllier did a lot of good at Liverpool.
World Cup winners tattoo on your forehead? Bold.
Maurizio Sarri has moved quickly at Chelsea.
We never saw this as a great save.
Xherdan Shaqiri always tries elasticos. He’s fun.