Tottenham striker, Harry Kane has congratulated Liverpool ace, Mohamed Salah on winning the Premier League Golden Boot after the Egyptian worldwide set a new record for scoring the most goals in a 38-game season.
"Mo has done great this year, he deserves it, he deserves the Golden Boot, I am looking forward to the competition again next year".
The Golden Boot was added to his player of the year of the year awards from the Premier League, Professional Footballers' Association and the Football Writers' Association.
"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".
"Some people have asked me if two weeks is too long and I say: "no, it is perfect", Klopp said.
"We will have a break now and it will be an important pre-season to finish higher than ninth next season".
Kane finished the season on 30 goals (his best-ever return in the PL) but he failed to win the Golden Boot for a third-straight campaign.
Liverpool should fancy their chances of getting at least a point, bearing in mind that they are yet to lose a game at Anfield in the league this season. He still has work to do, and I am really happy about that.
The Egypt worldwide has been in superb form for the Anfield giants this season scoring 44 goals in all competitions.
Imagine everyone telling you how brilliant you are, or they give you an Oscar for this, an award for that, an award for getting out of vehicle without having an accident. "So it's really hard to stay focused, and he is focused".
"It was really nice and the goal".
"Everyone can imagine that the boys now need a little bit of rest".
"They have a good team, a good coach and we are expecting it to be a very hard game, but we'll be prepared".
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