Liverpool's Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah (2nd R) celebrates with teammates after scoring their second goal during the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Bournemouth at Anfield.
Mohamed Salah joined two Liverpool greats as he scored his 40th goal of a superb season in his side's 3-0 rout of Bournemouth to consolidate third spot in the Premier League on Saturday.
He also remains in the running to become the PFA Player of the Year as his battle with Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne is set to go down to the wire.
"If you had a choice between the Champions League and (individual honours like the golden boot) then of course the Champions League", said Salah.
On Ake, Howe said; "I thought Nathan Ake and Steve Cook individually performed very well, in some tough situations against some very good players, they defended their one vs one duels very well. I'm sure he'll keep doing that for the rest of the season".
- Salah is also only the third different player in Liverpool history to score 40-plus goals in all competitions in a single season, after Roger Hunt (1961-62) and Ian Rush (1983-84 and 1986-87).
Thunder play-by-play man Davis suspended 1 game for comment
We got something bigger to focus on and be anxious about. "But again, we feel strongly that it's inappropriate and offensive". Davis will return for the Thunder's Game 2 matchup against the Jazz next Wednesday.
Now, unless you've been living under a rock, you will know that Tottenham striker Harry Kane was bafflingly awarded Christian Eriksen's goal against Stoke last weekend, despite replays indicating he got no touch on it whatsoever.
Liverpool were rampant in the first 45 minutes but failed to add to their advantage with Salah surprisingly profligate in front of goal.
Buoyed by their progression to the Champions League semi-finals after dispatching of Manchester City in midweek, the Reds were at their effervescent best against the Cherries. "We have got five finals to play, after that we will see". "Hopefully [it is] not too serious, of course, but I can not say more now".
Klopp's side put the gloss on the result in injury time when the tireless Roberto Firmino was rewarded for his persistence and finished calmly at the near post after being found by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
"His finish in the second leg of the quarter-final was just incredible and there have been so many moments like that throughout the season".