Egyptian Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has said that helping his team win the Premier League title after a 30-year drought was an “unbelievable” feeling.
“It’s an unbelievable feeling to win a trophy like that. To win the Premier League after long years for the club and the city, it’s unbelievable,” Salah told Liverpool’s official website on Tuesday.
Liverpool finally managed to clinch their 19th title, their first trophy since 1990, with seven matches remaining, which will be added to their wins in the Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup during the last 12 months.
“When I came here, I said I wanted to win the Premier League -- it was the first thing in my head, I wanted to win the Premier League and the Champions League. People said, ‘If you could choose one…?’ But now I can say that I’d choose both,” he added.
Mo won the PL golden boot in the last two seasons, and still has the chance to clinch the individual trophy for the third time. He has scored 17 goals and is behind Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy. who has 19 goals, and Southampton’s Danny Ings, who has scored 18 goals.
“It’s great to score goals to help the team win games. So I feel like I am happy here, I am doing good and everything is also working well with the team and we’ve won trophies,” the Egyptian player said.
Salah also thanked the fans for supporting the team, dedicating a special message to supporters: “We did everything we could to make them happy, but without their support we could not do it.”
“For sure they did a great job at Anfield as always at away games. I am very happy -- Liverpool, this is for you!” Salah concluded.
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