Harry Kane challenges Mohamed Salah to repeat goalscoring feat

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The Egypt forward lifted the Golden Boot, given to the league's top scorer, to loud cheers after the game.

Manchester City and Liverpool's Mohamed Salah have ended their remarkable Premier League seasons with a host of new records.

But despite his goalscoring exploits, Liverpool still finished 25 points behind Premier League winners Manchester City, crashed out of the FA Cup fourth round to relegated West Brom and lost to Leicester City in the League Cup third round. "Personally for me, it was a target to improve on previous year, obviously 29, and it was nice to get to that 30-goal mark".

Kane's 30 goals helped Spurs to a third-place finish in the Premier League, ensuring a third successive year of Champions League football - an impressive achievement given they played their home games at Wembley and their top-four rivals spent heavily.

It was an ideal way for Liverpool to head into the Champions League final against Real Madrid on May 26: Plenty of goals and no injuries.

"The most important thing was that we beat Brighton and we are in the Champions League again". If you look at the two most hard away games at the moment, due to the way they play, are Manchester City and Liverpool.

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"Newcastle showed greater desire and fight, and if we play like this in the FA Cup final we don't have a chance", said Conte.

The Egyptian acknowledges Klopp's importance to helping him hit the ground running as he says his relationship with the manager has been key in his first season at the club, following his move from Roma last summer.

The Egypt worldwide claimed the Golden Boot, adding to numerous individual honours he has already won this season, including the PFA Players' Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year.

Most points - 100: Chelsea's record of 95 from the 2004/05 fell as City beat Brighton in midweek and Gabriel Jesus's stoppage time victor at Southampton took City into three figures for points.

Dejan Lovren added a second before Dominic Solanke and Andy Robertson registered their first goals for the club in the 4-0 win. We give them two days and then go to a camp. When you see people, they were wishing me luck for the final, they didn't wish me luck for against Brighton.

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