Liverpool warmed up for this month's Champions League final against Real Madrid with goals from Salah - who won the Golden Boot as league top scorer - Dejan Lovren, Dominic Solanke and Andrew Robertson sealing a place in next season's Champions League.
"For me, it was a target to improve on past year, when I got 29, and it was nice to get to that 30-goal mark".
Aside from the new all-time English top flight points record, City has also set new benchmarks for Premier League goals (106), wins (32) and points clear of the second-placed team (19).
It was thought the figure would be decided by the Professional Football Compensation Committee (PFCC) at a tribunal, but a source told ESPN FC that the two Premier League clubs have been waiting until the end of the season before they continue discussions about the player's value at the time of his move.
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Tottenham striker, Harry Kane has congratulated Liverpool ace, Mohamed Salah on winning the Premier League Golden Boot after the Egyptian global set a new record for scoring the most goals in a 38-game season. "He has done fantastic this year and he looks like a great player and we'll see if we can both continue it next season".
"A few people asked me already if it's too long - no, it's ideal! Everyone deserved that. Every year it is more hard to get into the top four".
Ronaldo doesn't want another star player to overtake him as the key man at Real Madrid admid links with Salah.
Wijnaldum is also under no illusions of the strength that Real will pose in their attempts to lift a third Champions League in as many seasons. "The pressure was vast what we had in the last few weeks, but the boys dealt really well with it and that's a big, big thing".
Talking to reporters after the game, according to the Brighton and Hove Independent, he said: "It's been a tough week for us and I think that probably showed a little bit".
That result rendered Chelsea's match at Newcastle irrelevant to the Champions League battle and Antonio Conte's side went down 3-0 at St James' Park. Since three or four weeks, he is back, and it is really nice to see him.