African sweep: Salah, Mane, Aubameyang win Golden Boot

Share

Two goals apiece from Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum secured a 4-0 result at Anfield that eliminated Barcelona and set up a second successive appearance in the Champions League final.

The majority of his league goals have come with his left foot (18), while the other four have been with his right.

Like father, like daughter.

After a flurry of goals were scored on the final day of the Premier League, which saw Liverpool narrowly miss out on the title, the Reds' manager Jurgen Klopp continued to entertain despite the bad news.

The Golden Boot is awarded to the highest scoring player in the league just as the Golden Glove is given to the goalkeeper who keeps the most clean sheets.

The award was shared between three Africans as Salah, Pierre-Aubameyang and Sadio Mane all finished the season on 22 goals.

And he reacted to winning the coveted prize in hilarious fashion.

China makes statement on US planned measures to raise tariffs
Trump said in another tweet that "China has just informed us that they (Vice-Premier) are now coming to the U.S.to make a deal". Forecasters at the International Monetary Fund and World Bank have already downgraded the outlook for the global economy.

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah with his wife Maggi and daughter Makka on the pitch at Anfield.

The Egyptian talisman will now be seeking to win the Champions League title after missing out on the league trophy to Man City by a single point. Liverpool had beaten Wolves, but Manchester City claimed the title by beating Brighton.

"We will have two days off and for the first week we will not be thinking about the final", said Aubameyang.

"We gave everything. We got 97 points".

"I am sharing this trophy with Mane and Salah".

Do you think Liverpool can clinch this season's UCL?

The Frenchman, whose best tally was 30 goals in Arsenal's historic 2003/04 "Invincible" season, stands alongside Alan Shearer as the only two Premier League players to have ever won the Golden Boot in three consecutive years.

Share