Kane challenges Salah to another golden boot race in 2019

Daniel Fowler
May 16, 2018

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk has implored the Premier League club to complete a successful campaign by winning the Champions League final against Real Madrid on May 26.

Adding up a player or team's expected goals can give us an indication of how many goals a player or team should have scored on average, given the shots they had taken.

Harry Kane is "looking forward" to taking Mohamed Salah on for the Golden Boot next season.

"Every young kid in Scotland growing up in the game, if any of them grow disillusioned or don't feel they're getting enough football, just drop a level, go somewhere else and make sure you keep playing football".

'For a lot of us it will be the first time in the final, so I'm really excited to play in that one'.

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The Real side already contain their fair share of the game's greats but Wijnaldum believes Liverpool's players can write their own piece of history.

Liverpool guaranteed itself a place back in the Champions League next season by beating Brighton 4-0 at Anfield on Sunday. "To play them in three or four days of each other are very hard".

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The Gunners finished sixth in the final Premier League standings which was the worst in the tenure of the Frenchman. Mike Arteta looks set to take over from Arsene Wenger as the new Arsenal manager after bookies suspended betting.

"The UEFA Champions League final is set to be a classic and we can't wait to bring it to football fans across the United Kingdom".

The Belgian striker struck 15 times last season but managed only three league goals in 2017-18, falling well below his xG of 10.2.

"Of course it is very emotional after 1,235 games for the same club", said Wenger.

With 44 in all competitions, Mo is 2 away from equaling it while a hat-trick in Kiev will see him become the leading goalscorer in a single season for the Reds.

The programme is now available to pre-order, along with plenty of other Champions League final themed goods.

According to The Mirror, Liverpool are still interested in the Argentine global, with the 25-year-old enjoying a decent if not overly impressive campaign with the Hammers having scored three goals and provided nine assists in 28 appearances this season.

"We showed the kind of football we couldn't show the last few games".

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