Published: Wed, April 17, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Would you rather sell Van Dijk or Salah? Liverpool fans quizzed

Would you rather sell Van Dijk or Salah? Liverpool fans quizzed

All eyes turn to the Liverpool's trip to Porto this evening in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final, where they now have a 2-0 lead going into the contest.

"We will play our game".

Sadio Mane got the ball rolling with a header just after the interval and Mohamed Salah doubled the Reds' lead with a mesmerising long-range strike, which left Kepa Arrizabalaga grasping at thin air in the Chelsea goal.

"But I am really happy with the performance because we stayed in the match very well".

The two sides are also in contention for this season's Premier League's Golden Boot award as Salah now tops the chart with 19 goals, while Hazard has 16 at the moment.

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As many as 50 investigators are working on the case but are not allowed to enter the cathedral yet for safety reasons, he said. It took about 500 firefighters nearly 15 hours to completely extinguish the blaze at the 850-year-old structure.

The shut-out against the Blues meant Van Dijk, and presumably others at the back, are due a £375,000 bonus allied in their contracts - and the stats suggest they have more than earned it. "But that will silence them too and hopefully that will give him a lot of confidence going into the final games".

"Most of the players you watch today were not born when Hillsborough happened". During his first campaign with the Reds, Salah proved once and for all that he is a world-class talent as he went on to score 32 times in the league and finished as the English top flight's top scorer.

A semi-final berth against either Barcelona or Manchester United beckons and Lawrenson hopes his old club face the former so that the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez can arrive for another famous night at Anfield.

RAHEEM STERLING believes the Premier League title race will go down to the wire and promises there will be no let-up from Manchester City.

Liverpool's most hard games are finished and they just need to see out the final four matches to have a shot at a first title in 29 years. It seems extremely cruel that one of these sides could easily finish with 95 points and not win the title, but it speaks to the greatness of both City and Liverpool as they battle in such a captivating manner.

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