Mohamed Salah receives the award for the player of the year in England

29 April, 2022
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Mohamed Salah receives the award for the player of the year in England

The Egyptian player, "Mohamed Salah", the Liverpool striker, was awarded the Player of the Year award in England during the annual vote of the Football Critics Association for the second time in his career today, Friday.

Salah, who won the award in 2018, received 48 percent of the votes, ahead of Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne and Declan Rice from West Ham United, who ranked second and third, respectively.

The Egyptian player scored 30 goals and provided 14 assists in 44 games with Liverpool this season, and constitutes an important pillar in coach Jurgen Klopp's team, which is one point away from leaders Manchester City, five games before the end of the league season.

Chelsea's Sam Kerr won the Women's Player of the Year award with 40 percent of the vote.

The association stated that Salah will receive the award on the fifth of next May.

Salah had expressed his desire to win the Champions League again, with his Liverpool team.


He said in statements highlighted by the official Liverpool website: "I want to feel the feeling of winning the Champions League again. It was a great thing, and it is still in my head, and that's why I want to win the title again with Liverpool."

He added: “This feeling took over the city when we rode the bus and had a great tour,” noting that “Winning the Premier League was somewhat different, because we did not celebrate due to the restrictions of the Corona virus, but I want to win the Champions League again, and crown the English Premier League as well.. This is my goal now with the team.”

 


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