Mohamed Salah said Wednesday had come the time for Liverpool to win the Premier League, after their reverberating 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Goals from Trent Alexander-Arnold, Salah, Fabinho, and Sadio Mane at Anfield saw Jurgen Klopp’s men take one more advance towards the primary league title of 30 years.
On the off chance that Manchester City fails to defeat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, on Thursday, Liverpool may be delegated as Champions.
Salah is happy about making Liverpool only two points away from a first league crown since 1990.
He told Sky Sports: “I’m amazed. I said that since I came here I want to win the Premier League with the team. The city hasn’t been winning it for quite a while, so it was the ideal time. We may have had a chance last year to win it, yet Man City always worked admirably and they had the right to win it. It’s our time and winning is fantastic.”
Liverpool won on their way to the 28th victory in 31 league games this season over Palace.
Until July 2, when they dropped by the neighborhood, Salah praised the accomplishment with Liverpool still not in real life again.
The forward said: “Today we have had a great performance and it was fantastic for all the players. I’m pleased with the outcome and anticipate the following two games. I think all players are energized, everybody is energized in their way-yet everybody is motivated to win the title.”
On Wednesday, Klopp dedicated Liverpool’s prosperity to the club’s supporters who won’t be there when the Reds lock up the league championship.
He added: “We’ve indicated a ton if not all, that has placed us in the job we ‘re in. I said that before this part of the season I wanted to see the best back-closed-entryway football ever. I don’t have the foggiest idea whether we had that, yet without a doubt, it was the best counter-pressure ever behind closed doors!