Klopp wants Lanzini to fill crucial Liverpool void

  • Klopp wants Lanzini to fill crucial Liverpool void

Klopp wants Lanzini to fill crucial Liverpool void

Liverpool warmed up for this month's Champions League final against Real Madrid with goals from Salah - who won the Golden Boot as league top scorer - Dejan Lovren, Dominic Solanke and Andrew Robertson sealing a place in next season's Champions League.

With the Champions League final in Kiev under two weeks away as Liverpool hope to stun back-to-back champions Real Madrid, the Reds need every advantage they can get and Jurgen Klopp feels his side may have one.

Since Buvac departed Anfield, the Reds have lost two out of three fixtures, but Klopp has sought to quell fears that his absence may have an adverse impact in the final.

Most points - 100: Chelsea's record of 95 from the 2004/05 fell as City beat Brighton in midweek and Gabriel Jesus's stoppage time victor at Southampton took City into three figures for points.

Ancelotti's 2009/2010 title winners as City's free-scoring season took them to 106 at an average of almost 2.8 a game. "I really respect him a lot and I'm sure we are going to do something special for the club this year to end it".

The Egypt international's 32nd league goal - his 44th in all competitions - took him past the milestone for a 38-match season shared by Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez.

The England worldwide rattled in a rising drive off the underside of the bar to break his duck, Salah providing the final pass to set up the shooting opportunity.

"We're going to prepare very well".

Angel Rangel and Leon Britten both said their farewells after distinguished careers for Swansea and there was more emotion at Huddersfield where Arsenal manager Wenger signed off after overseeing his 1,235th game. He still has work to do, and I am really happy about that.

As Salah paraded the Golden Boot, there were wonderful scenes as his daughter, Makka, came onto the field and kicked about a ball to loud applause from the Liverpool fans who stayed behind after the final whistle. You need to be fearless.

Manchester City's spending across the 2017-18 season helped them walk to the Premier League title under Pep Guardiola's stewardship, while Manchester United's heavy recruitment has aided them reach the FA Cup final against Chelsea.