Late charge for the Golden Boot! - Smalling jokes on scoring form

Paola Ditto
Aprile 20, 2018

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has downplayed the importance of "individual awards" and stressed his credentials as a team player - despite closing in Ian Rush's record of 47 goals scored in a single season in all competitions for the Reds, which has stood for almost 34 years.

The 25-year-old Egypt worldwide has been in superb for Reds scoring 40 goals in all competitions in his maiden campaign with the Merseyside outfit.

Posting on Twitter, Smalling wrote: "Late charge for the golden boot".

Gomez has largely operated as a right-back this season, alternating with Trent Alexander-Arnold in the absence of Nathaniel Clyne, who has since made his comeback from a long-term back injury.

"We have to go there and do what we have been doing and hopefully get to the final". It was only a matter of time before Manchester City was crowned the number one team for the third time in their history.

"You can see the difference [in me] between now, a year before, two years before that".

Salah joined Liverpool from Roma in a £34m transfer last summer after also impressing in Serie A. Most matches will be played in the United States but others will be staged in Singapore, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Sweden, Italy and Spain.

'But I always try to look at myself and I want more.

"The way we play is very good, and you can see the fans are very happy and I feel very good about that, I feel they want me to win something".

"I'm working every day to get better, the games help a lot because you can't compare training to games".

"We have a big chance here to create something for the future".

City's final opponent will be Guardiola's former club Bayern Munich in Miami three days later. "Some people can laugh at it but I'm just focused on my own job".

The Egypt global has enjoyed a spectacular season since signing from Roma for an initial €42 million last June, scoring 40 goals in all competitions.

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