'It's in our hands': Liverpool star that foreshadowed top 3 finish last season may have predicted title win
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Mohamed Salah tweet could foreshadow Liverpool's Premier League title win

Liverpool are on the hunt to reclaim the Premier League trophy and a tweet from Mohamed Salah could foreshadow a title win for the Reds.

An unprecedented injury crisis stopped Liverpool from winning successive titles. Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip were absent for most of the season.

The effect was catastrophic at the back but it was even more damaging to Liverpool’s attack. They really struggled without that defensive foundation and without the quarterback-esque role Virgil van Dijk excels in.

Liverpool were at risk of missing out on Champions League football with just 10 games to go last season.

Fabinho and Thiago then returned and the Reds managed to squeeze their way into third place. The whole squad came together to grind out some seriously important results against the likes of West Brom, with Alisson Becker scoring the most important goal of the season.

Salah tweet could foreshadow a Liverpool Premier League triumph

Salah, who is not well-known for making public statements, took to Twitter to promise supporters they would fight until the very end. The Reds did just that and made their supporters proud.

DIVOCK ORIGI DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.

The Egyptian sent out a similar tweet after Liverpool beat Wolves 1-0 in the 94th minute courtesy of an assist from Mo to Divock Origi.

He tweeted: “It’s in our hands.” Manchester City are still one point above Liverpool in the table. Yet, there is the sense that Liverpool need only win their games and they’ll win the Premier League.

Liverpool have turned their form around in the last month after losing 3-2 to West Ham. Four wins from four in the Premier League and one in the Champions League is very impressive. Add to that the 17 goals scored in that time and Liverpool look scary.

Not only are they free-scoring, they have improved defensively and they remain the Mentality Monsters that won the Premier League.

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