Lovren: Salah deserves to be mentioned for the Ballon d'Or

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In his first season with Liverpool, he has won the PFA Player of the Year award and is on course to guide the Reds to the Champions League final.

"When people talk about Ronaldo and Messi they should also talk about Salah".

And what I learned tonight is that we can win the second game as well, even when it will be different.

Roberto Firmino netted twice in the second half, while Sadio Mane was also on target, but Roma escaped Anfield with a lifeline after scoring two late goals.

Liverpool took full advantage of some bad Roma defending in the second period.

"Mohamed Salah is the best player in Egypt and is really representing us", said another Cairo resident.

Speaking in Dunboyne, Ben Hannigan (19) said: "He was my GAA manager growing up and I've always known him as such a kind and generous man". Dejan played a world-class game, was outstandingly good, and this ball he misjudged - he was a little bit too early.

"We wish Sean well and hope that he'll be okay but I think the two questions that have to be asked".

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Chasing his first hat-trick in the Champions League, Salah would have been forgiven for going for goal as he bore down on Alisson once more after half-time.

Sean Cox from Co Meath is being treated at Walton Neurological Centre and remains in critical condition after being attacked outside Anfield.

Merseyside Police have said they have arrested two men from Rome on suspicion of attempted murder.

Liverpool Football Club said it was "shocked and appalled" and urged those who attended the game to help the police.

A 53-year-old man was injured in the incident, which occurred outside the Albert Pub - close to Anfield's famous Kop Stand - where fans were gathering before kick-off of the semi-final first-leg match.

Although Giallorossiendured a hard night at Anfield, Monchi was full of praise for the recently crowned PFA Player of the Year for his individual performance, providing two assists to complement his man of the match display.

The 25-year-old moved from Roma to Liverpool for just over $50m last summer and has since established himself as one of Europe's most prolific strikers.

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