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Salah joins former winners Alexis Sanchez and Riyad Mahrez as king of the stats, scoring his 32nd Premier League goal during a 4-0 win against Brighton - to seal Liverpool's Champions League qualification and claim the Golden Boot.

The Reds are having a tremendous season, as rarely who could expect to see them in the UEFA Champions League Final, but Jurgen Klopp's boys will have the chance to bring back the trophy to Anfield after a 13-year drought and get the sixth European champions' crown in the history of the club.

"This was the ideal final of the season, of a very exciting season, and a very intense season".

It was an impressive performance on a flawless sunny afternoon at Anfield and Jurgen Klopp's side lingered long after the final whistle, soaking up the celebratory atmosphere with the Champions League final against Real Madrid to come on 26 May.

"We need to be completely focused on this game", Klopp said.

But his impact has been exceptional, Salah scoring 43 times in 50 appearances across all competitions, with his haul of 31 strikes seeing him level the record for most goals in a single 38-match Premier League season.

"He was fantastic", Klopp added. "I am really happy and proud for the boys". He now has two weeks to prepare for our biggest game and now I am really looking forward to it.

"For sure it feels to me like we have improved from last season, even if we had a few results that weren't as good as they could have been".

Dejan Lovren and maiden Liverpool goals for Dominic Solanke and Andy Robertson ensured there was no final day collapse against an already safe Brighton side that simply could not cope with Liverpool's attack.

Pep Guardiola's swashbuckling City side have won their last game of the season at Southampton 1-0 on Sunday (13 May) leaving them with the records for the Most goals scored in a Premier League season (team) (106) and Highest points total in a Premier League season by a team (100) - the first team to reach 100 points in a Premier League season.

"We have a group of players who will be thinking that hopefully we can come here next season and be in a position to give a better account of ourselves". "Other people will judge our position, judge the situation, take the right evaluation after two years of work, and then understand which is now Chelsea's position is in in the panoramic of football".