Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool deserved 'crazy ride' to final

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"The way we play is very good, and you can see the fans are very happy and I feel very good about that, I feel they want me to win something".

Brighton had no answers at a sun-kissed Anfield as Salah's sensational form continued with him scoring his 32nd league goal of the campaign.

"We need to be going to Kiev with a lot of confidence".

Dejan Lovren added Liverpool's second goal, a header from a corner, before young striker Dominic Solanke and left back Andrew Robertson scored their first goals for the club in the second half.

"So a fantastic achievement from the boys, a really, really nice performance over the whole season. He has done awesome this year and he looks like a great player, and we'll see if we can both continue it next season".

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp joked he thought star forward Mohamed Salah would win an award for simply getting out of his vehicle.

"I'm not talking about the best finisher or the best work-rate, I'm talking about all round".

"That number, I have no idea of course, because it's hard to score that many goals otherwise other people would've done it".

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But it was the brilliantly entertaining football showcased by Liverpool throughout most of the season that was on show as Salah also grabbed the golden boot for the Premier League's top scorer. Not because of Ronaldo, or Real's range of world class options all over the pitch.

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