Salah shares the “Golden Shoe” award with Son.

London: Egypt’s national team star Mohamed Salah was crowned with the Golden Shoe award in this season, which is awarded to the English Premier League top scorer, alongside South Korean Tottenham Hotspur striker Heung-Min Son. Salah equaled the Sun with 23 goals in the tournament in this season, to share the prestigious award, which the (Egyptian Pharaoh) has won for the third time in career in British stadiums. Salah scored one goal during Liverpool’s 3-1 win over Wolverhampton, while Son scored two goals during Tottenham’s 5-0 landslide victory over Norwich City. Salah was first crowned the award in the 2017/2018 season, having scored 32 goals in the tournament at the time, becoming the owner of the most goals during a season under the league system, which includes 20 teams. Salah also won the award for the second time the following season, when he shared it with Senegalese Sadio Mane, his Liverpool teammate, and Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, former Arsenal striker, with 22 goals each. . Salah became the third player to win the prize for the third time, after star British Harry Kane and Alan Shearer, knowing they are the first Liverpool player to reach this milestone. French star Thierry Henry, the star in Arsenal retirement, is still the holder of the record as the most decorated player with the prize, having won it 4 times. (Dpa)