Mohamed Salah apologises to Liverpool fans after missing Champions League qualification

Salah took to social media to apologise to the Liverpool fans.

Liverpool striker Mo Salah shared an apology to Reds fans over the club’s failure to Champions League qualification. The Reds will play in the Europa League next season and it will be the first time when Klopp failed to get UCL qualification for Liverpool.

Manchester United overcame Chelsea 4-1 to secure the final Champions League spot in the Premier League. Newcastle United already booked their place in UCL along with Man City and Arsenal.

Man United needed just one point to assure their top-four finish and they got three as they punished the Blues at Old Trafford.

Salah took to social media to apologise to the Liverpool fans. He said the players disappointed themselves and the fans by missing out on the competition.

The Egyptian wrote (via his Twitter page): “I’m totally devastated. There’s absolutely no excuse for this. We had everything we needed to make it to next year’s Champions League, and we failed.

“We are Liverpool, and qualifying to the competition is the bare minimum. I am sorry, but it’s too soon for an uplifting or optimistic post. We let you and ourselves down.”

Klopp’s side won seven consecutive games to give themselves a chance at qualifying but their first-half failure gave them a tough task. Salah has netted 19 goals and assisted 11 in 37 Premier League games.

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