Liverpool achieved a marvelous 4-0 victory against Crystal Palace last night to win their lead in the Premier League. They came pretty close to winning the title last season but failed to seal the throne against Manchester City. But this season, their talisman Mohamed Salah believes that they have every opportunity to win the title.
Sadly, the red brigade is trophyless in Premier League for the last 30 years. However, they have displayed a wonderful performance this season and are pretty close to sealing the deal. Along with Salah, Sadio Mane, Alexander-Arnold, and Fabinho also scored the in the match last night against Crystal Palace.
Mohamed Salah believes it is the time of Liverpool to win the Premier League this season
While talking about Liverpool’s chance to winning the title this year, Mohamed Salah told Sky Sports “I feel great,” and then added, “Since I came here I said I want to win the Premier League with the team. The city didn’t win it for a long time, so it was the right time.” He also said, “Maybe last year we had a chance to win it but Man City also performed really good and they deserved to win it. It’s our time to win it and it’s great.”
Salah said, “We had a great performance today and all the players were unbelievable.” The Egyptian international then further said, “I’m happy about the result and looking forward to the next two games. I think all the players are motivated, everyone is motivated in his way – but everyone is motivated to win the league.”
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He said, “We showed a lot, if not everything, which helped us into the position we are in,” and added, “Before this part of the season, I said I wanted to see the best behind-closed-doors football ever. I don’t know if we had that, but for sure it was the best counter-pressing behind closed doors ever!”
The star then further said, “The attitude, the passion we showed was exceptional, and we played some outstanding football. Usually, in my job, I have to calm things down and say we can improve – and we can improve – but that’s not important tonight.” He added, “We showed our supporters the respect they deserve – that we can play like they are here even when they are not.”