One Liverpool fan predicted the outcome against Manchester City with unnerving accuracy

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The 47-year-old coach has one year left on his current deal, but the Mirror report that he is expected to commit his future to the club as he looks to build a legacy with the Citizens.

Sadio Mane powered his way into the and when he fell under the challenge of Ederson, Salah kept his cool to clip into an empty net.

"I was expecting something like that but I liked the reaction immediately after that".

Salah has now been involved in 50 goals for Liverpool this season - scoring 39 and assisting a further 11 - and Liverpool's 33 in this season's competition is the most ever scored by an English club in a single Champions League campaign, surpassing the Manchester United side of 2002-03.

Trailing 1-0 having been swamped by Pep Guardiola's side for 45 minutes, Jurgen Klopp's players were reeling as they came in for the interval of their Champions League quarter-final second-leg.

As City remained winless for six games, slipping from first to fourth in the table, the result against Spurs proved to be the beginning of the end for several members of the squad.

But the strike was wrongly ruled out for offside and Liverpool went on to win thanks to goals from Salah and Roberto Firmino.

"He's special. When everybody sees things, he likes to decide the opposite". Should they lose at St. Mary's to afford Mark Hughes his first Premier League points as Saints manager, will Conte be able to cling on for the trip to Wembley? "They have a lot of experience in the Champions League, a lot of records and over the past three seasons it is always them", he said.

"We had many draws and they took us out of the first place".

With the title still to be wrapped up, Guardiola called on his players to make one last push at the end of what had been a fabulous campaign until the last seven days.

Liverpool also didn't escape, with UEFA listing charges of "setting off of fireworks" and "throwing of objects". Perhaps it will have convinced Mourinho to move his star player closer to the attack, with a home game against the basement side providing the perfect opportunity to experiment.

"We'll go again next season".

"From a personal point of view I don't want Real Madrid in the semi-finals".

Although it looks bleak at the moment, Palace's destiny is in their own hands. I was not overly happy at half-time to be honest.