4hESPN staff

Salah leads Messi in race for Golden Shoe

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is on course to become only the second Premier League player in the last 11 seasons to win the European Golden Shoe.

Klopp: Salah 'on the way' to reaching Messi's level (0:49)
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8hPA Sport

Southampton's Hughes pleased in first game

Mark Hughes believes he has seen traits that Southampton can take with them into a relegation battle after his new side defeated Wigan in the FA Cup.

Who Tottenham can turn to without Harry Kane (0:53)
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13hESPN staff

Salah: Liverpool can win Prem next season

Mohamed Salah believes that Liverpool have nothing to fear from facing Manchester City and can challenge for the Premier League title next season.

Mourinho: Every player is good when the sun is shining (2:39)
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1dLiam Twomey

Conte: Chelsea's current level more realistic

Antonio Conte has insisted that Chelsea should not be judged on whether or not they win a trophy this season as they prepare to take on Leicester.

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1dPA Sport

Pardew: West Brom's survival hopes fading

Alan Pardew admits West Bromwich Albion are nearing the end in their attempts to stay in the Premier League following a defeat at Bournemouth.

Burley: Salah is Prem's Player of the Year (2:18)
Premier League: Salah inspires ruthless Liverpool, Toffees turnaround (1:34)
Salah & Henderson laud Liverpool response after United defeat (1:32)
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1dGlenn Price

Salah: Premier League is perfect for me

Mohamed Salah told ESPN Brasil he believes the Premier League perfectly suits his style of play and revealed he always wanted to return to England.

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1dGlenn Price

Salah scores four as Liverpool run riot

Mohamed Salah scored four and broke yet another Liverpool record, as the Reds bounced back from defeat in style vs. Watford, writes Glenn Price.

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1dESPN staff

Prem: 4-star Salah lifts Reds; Everton win

Cenk Tosun scored two goals in the second half as Everton ended a five-game winless run away from home with a 2-1 victory over 10-man Stoke City.

Liverpool 5-0 Watford: Salah bamboozles hapless Hornets (2:38)

Prem Standings

Manchester City302631+6581
Manchester United302055+3565
Tottenham Hotspur301875+3461
Leicester City30101010+240
AFC Bournemouth319913-1236
Brighton & Hove Albion3081012-1234
Newcastle United308814-1032
Swansea City308715-1731
Huddersfield Town318716-2731
Crystal Palace317915-1830
West Ham United307914-2130
Stoke City316916-2927
West Bromwich Albion3131117-2520