Mohamed Salah in hopeless pursuit of Newcastle star for record

Mohamed Salah in hopeless pursuit of Newcastle star for record

Speaking to the club's official website, as reported by the Mirror, Can praised Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, after all three were on target against West Ham on Saturday.

"We play Chelsea late in the season, we play United in about two weeks I think, very decisive as well".

"Most of the time you see him past the halfway line, tracking back and making tackles. I'm happy, of course, when I can score and help the team".

Salah has 31 goals, Firmino has 22 and Mane's tally is 13, meaning the red-hot triumvirate have scored a staggering 66 times between them in a campaign that still has three months remaining. You don't really see that from a number nine. It just shows his hunger to win. There's not much more you want from a No.9. Salah, Firmino and Mane have 76 goals and assists combined this season with it pretty clear now they're all intent on besting their own personal records this season.

Neville responded with a series of laughing emojis before he then spent a large chunk of his Sunday afternoon providing Morgan with examples of players who he considered better than Salah.

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But, Messi worked his magic dancing around several defenders to get into a better position and then hammered home the goal. Coutinho brought Camp Nou to its feet with a trademark curler from 25 yards midway through the second half.

At one point, unsurprisingly for Liverpool, their ultra-offensive style caught them out when Can dallied on the ball and Michail Antonio broke down the Hammers' right before slotting in at the far post to get West Ham back in it at 3-1.

"It was tough, Anfield is always a tough place to come", the full-back told reporters of the game.

However, there is a shock selection in goal with Jack Butland rated the most impressive keeper in the top flight despite scoring an own-goal against Leicester. "We got it. It was a joy to watch", said Klopp.

"I think he links the whole team together".

Rajiv van La Parra and Steve Mounie scored for Huddersfield, whose win moved them three points up the table, one point ahead of Newcastle.

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