Huddersfield ensured their Premier League survival with a game to spare by pulling off a fabulous 1-1 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in their penultimate outing. It was difficult. We worked very hard, but we won it.
"You've just got to go out there - especially with it being at Anfield - focused on winning the game, playing like we have been at Anfield recently, giving everything, and I'm sure the atmosphere will be brilliant with it being the last day". I understand that totally. "If you have the passion, desire and spirit, you can compete with top, top quality, and you saw today that we can do it. Togetherness is a big part".
Mohamed Salah has revealed it was always in his mind to return to the Premier League and prove the doubters wrong after failing to shine at Chelsea.
Sunday's match does not represent Liverpool's last assignment of the season, of course.
Chelsea do have slim hopes of finishing in the top four but for that they need to beat Newcastle on the final matchday and bank on Liverpool slipping up against Brighton and Hove Albion.
"We are struggling to make a place in the Champions League but last season [Man] United finished sixth and Arsenal fifth, it means you must pay great attention to the future and present - it isn't easy". This season we were predicted to be a team relegated by miles, and I understand it. We didn't rely on anybody else. For sure, they started this game with only one target in their mind: to take one point. However, a Chelsea surge following the goal until the final whistle wasn't enough as they were unable to find the second goal that resulted in them having to share the points with their opponents. Today was a stolen point but, to be perfectly honest, I don't care.
'It's for other people to see the situation, judge the situation, take the right evaluation after two years of work, and then understand which is now Chelsea's position is in in the panoramic of football.
The Blues, who catastrophically dropped points at home to Huddersfield after beating Liverpool, must now win away at Newcastle on Sunday and hope the Reds suffer an unlikely defeat to Brighton.
"We had a lot of chances against Spurs - probably more clearcut chances than they had - but we didn't put them away".