Mohamed Salah willing to 'sacrifice' Champions League dream for Premier League glory


The Brazil international's comments echo those of his manager Juergen Klopp, who said ahead of the Bayern game that the result would have no bearing on his team's domestic ambitions.

All three of these clubs have shown in recent years that they can survive a season or two outside Uefa's top competition but for each of them clubs there are also clear and obvious immediate consequences of missing out. "So, I'm happy to sacrifice my dream for their dream but if we win both that would great and this is what we are trying to do".

Xhaka's first goal was a shot from distance which swerved mid air and wrong footed David De Gea. Still, they can make the season a successful one, should they manage to achieve a top four spot and qualify for the Champions League next term. That's the third time a fan has managed to get on the pitch - what if they are carrying something?

"Now we have two points (more than United) and that was enough motivation for us". The Gunners will have some concerns with five of their final eight league games being on the road, but the failure to finish in the Champions League places from this stage, would no doubt disappoint the supporters.

Liverpool's current tally of 73 points is more than any other second-place side at this stage, while United and Chelsea have also set new records with their current hauls in fifth and sixth, respectively.

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"It has been fantastic so far but today is the lowest..."

"We created miles more chances than we did when we won here in the FA Cup (a 3-1 fourth-round victory in January)".

Meanwhile the United manager said: " You have to be disappointed with the result but the performance was good.

"You don't want to see it again, so we were motivated".

"I don't class it as a mistake by De Gea", he said. But it is all conjecture at this point, and it remains to be seen how the club bounces back from the defeat at the Emirates against a side as unsafe as Wolves this weekend.