Salah, who won the title with 32 strikes in 2017/18, becomes only the sixth player and the first African to defend his Premier League Golden Boot title - even though he has to share it with Mane and Aubameyang.
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For Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp there was the satisfaction of knowing he had a played a part in the careers of all three of this season's Golden Boot winners, having signed Aubameyang from Saint-Etienne in 2013 when he was in charge of Dortmund.
At kickoff of the last round of games, Salah was the sole contender for the award.
Three African players ended the English Premier League season as top scorers with each bagging twenty-two goals in the season under review - 2018/2019.
"This one is very special to be honest, the golden boot", Salah told Sky Sports in 2018. "I will do my best to win it next season!"
After a bonkers week of Champions League matches, in which Liverpool and Tottenham secured their place in the final of European football's showpiece event, thoughts now turn to domestic matters and the equally fascinating race to be crowned Premier League immortals.