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"We played against a very good team today, one of the best in Europe and they are showing it, it was a tough test and we learned a lot", Howe said after the match.

Salah, 25, has enjoyed an incredible first season at Anfield, scoring 40 goals in 45 games in all competitions since arriving from Roma.

All of Liverpool's prolific front three were on target as Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino struck either side of Salah's deft header to take their combined tally for the season to 82.

"To win the Champions League is huge for everyone".

Liverpool FC were 5-1 aggregate winners against Premier League leaders Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals.

LONDON: 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. "I am excited to be champions with our fans".

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"These guys are fantastic and awesome". They are awesome, they are incredible.

Victory, sealed with goals by Gabriel Jesus, Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling, lifted them to 87 points from 33 games.

Salah certainly still had motivation in his battle to beat Kane to the golden boot, but there was a sense it might not be his day when he failed to win a penalty after a coming together with Nathan Ake.

You couldn't see it bettered anywhere - not even in Brazil.' Should the class of 2017-18 continue in their current vein, though, there is a chance they will find themselves being discussed in similarly reverential terms 30 years from now.

Just like against United last weekend when a 2-0 half-time lead disappeared in 16 minutes, City threatened to let another promising position slip away when Christian Eriksen brought Spurs back into the game just before the break with a bit of fortune when Aymeric Laporte's clearance ricocheted off the Dane and past the helpless Ederson.

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