Mohamed Salah poised for second successive Premier League Golden Boot

Mohamed Salah poised for second successive Premier League Golden Boot

The Frenchman, whose best tally was 30 goals in Arsenal's historic 2003/04 "Invincible" season, stands alongside Alan Shearer as the only two Premier League players to have ever won the Golden Boot in three consecutive years.

Rovers fell away the following season, but Shearer scored another 31 goals in 35 games to retain his Golden Boot award.

Despite Salah's 22 goals the forward was unable to inspire Liverpool to a first Premier League title.

"We earned a huge number of points and lost only one game, but we have to forget all of that and think about the next season in order to win the title".

This meant the award was shared between three players for the first time since 1998-99 when Michael Owen, Dwight Yorke and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink hit 18 goals each.

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Many thought that Mo Salah would do the same thing for Liverpool this season after having a record-setting goal tally for the Reds previous year.

The race for this season's Premier League Golden Boot went down to the final day and ended with Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring on the final day to draw level with Mohamed Salah and share the spoils with 22 goals each.

Aubameyang was delighted over the trio's African connection, saying: "I share this trophy with two other guys I like, great players and African". She dribbled the ball right on the line before poking it into the back of the net in heart-warming scenes.

Liverpool defeated Wolves 2-0 on the final day, their 30th win of a season.

"Yes, I know we have one at home". Liverpool will face Tottenham in the Champions League final in Madrid whiles Arsenal face Chelsea in the Europa League finals in Baku.