Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is eager to make a decisive contribution for his side when they face Tottenham Hotspur in the final of the UEFA Champions League on Saturday.
The Egypt international is keen to lay the demons of last UCL final’s defeat to Real Madrid to rest. It can be recalled that Salah injured his shoulder after being tackled by Ramos in that game and was forced to leave the pitch with just 30 minutes played.
Liverpool lost the game 3:1. However, Salah is prepared for yet another UCL final and is eager to make a significant contribution for Liverpool in their quest for a 6th European Cup.
In a chat with reporters on Tuesday, Salah said: “I hope I can play the full game this time. I’m very excited,”
“I hope we can right what happened last season, get a good result and win the competition.
“(Scoring the winner is) not just dream. I hope it becomes a reality and I score in the final.”
He added that Liverpool have learnt some vital lessons from the disappointment of the last final and are now better off with the experience they’ve garnered.
“This is our second final in a row,” he added. “We lost the first but everything feels better this time around and we have more experience than last time.
“I hope we can win it. It will be tough. This is a final and no opponent would have been easy… It is harder because (Tottenham) is an English side.”