Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has said that he always wanted to prove former club Chelsea wrong after his underwhelming stint in West London.
The race for the top four has been close this season, with Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham all in the hunt for the final two qualifying spots. Liverpool’s goal difference could prove to be crucial come the end of the season, with its superiority over Chelsea’s goal difference demonstrating a gulf in attacking talent.
On a Super Sunday dominated by Arsene Wenger’s last ever home game in charge of Arsenal, Chelsea managed to keep their chances of a top-four finish alive with a 1-0 win over Liverpool. Olivier Giroud scored the only goal of the match as his former boss bid farewell to the Emirates with a 5-0 battering of Burnley.
Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger has sent a warning to former Roma teammate Mohamed Salah as the Blues prepare to face off against an in-form Liverpool side in the Premier League on Sunday.
The race for the UEFA Champions League in the Premier League season will go right to the wire as Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea are still in the running for the final two places. While whichever side manages to secure third spot will be guaranteed Champions League football next year, if the Blues or Spurs finish fouth, they could miss out on Europe’s elite competition.