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Mo Salah makes furious statement as Liverpool drop Champions League win to Man Ut



  1. Mo Salah makes furious statement as Liverpool drop Champions League win to Man Ut

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has admitted he was “devastated” after the Reds missed out on qualification for next season’s Champions League following Manchester United’s 4-1 win over Chelsea on Thursday night. Jurgen Klopp’s men can no longer carry United to fourth place on the final day, as the Egyptian felt he and his team-mates had let down the supporter base.

Goals from Casemiro, Anthony Martial, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford propelled United within a crucial three points against Frank Lampard’s side as Newcastle sealed their return to the Champions League.
The result saw Erik ten Hag’s side climb to 72 points, a leap ahead of Newcastle, as Liverpool are now four points adrift of the Magpies with just one game to go and an insurmountable scoreline, prompting Salah fans to write to the club shortly after their fate was confirmed full-time.
Salah wrote in a social media statement: “I am absolutely devastated. There is absolutely no excuse for this. We had all the credentials to get to next year’s Champions League and we failed. We are Liverpool and qualification for the competition is the bare minimum. I’m sorry but it’s too early for an uplifting or optimistic post. We have failed you and ourselves.”

United substitute captain Fernandes has helped the Red Devils overcome their fierce rivals and has been asked how much it meant to finish ahead of Liverpool this season. “We know it means a lot [to the fans],” he told Sky Sports. “For us it’s about achieving our goals. We know we’d be happy if Liverpool weren’t here, but for us it’s about doing our best.”
“[Reaching the Champions League] is good, it’s not perfect because we want more. It’s perfect for what we’ve achieved this season. We get the trophy that was our goal after seeing that we couldn’t reach the Premier League.” Now it’s a question of finishing the championship well and getting to the FA C

Liverpool drew 1-1 with Aston Villa on Saturday as their top four hopes suffered a blow, but Klopp admitted his side didn’t deserve Champions League football after their sub-par campaign.
“I think the whole season is more like qualifying for the Europa League than the Champions League,” he said. “We haven’t been good enough or ourselves for too long.”

Liverpool have been confirmed to finish fifth in the Premier League as they are also four points clear of sixth-placed Brighton, ensuring the Reds’ final one-day trip to Southampton will be a dead rubber with Ruben’s side Selles who has already been demoted.

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