Salah’s numbers speak for themselves in the FIFA referendum

Zurich: for the second time in just four years old, Egyptian football star Mohamed Salah is fighting for “The Best” award awarded by the International Football Association (FIFA) to the best player of the year. Salah this time competes with Argentine Lionel Messi, the former Spanish star of Barcelona, ​​currently Frenchman Paris Saint-Germain, and Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich. Salah was third behind the Croatian Luka Modric and the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo in the 2018 edition of this award. Salah dreamed of repeating the success of Liberian legend George Weah, who is still the only one outside of Europe and South America to have previously been crowned best player in the world in the FIFA referendum, and this happened in 1995. Despite the Liverpool left empty-handed from all tournaments in the 2020/21 season, Salah continued his brilliance and brilliance with the team, even gradually coming to the point in which he has become the player Liverpool have relied heavily on in most games. Salah had effectively contributed to Liverpool’s Champions League title victory in the 2018/2019 season, as well as regaining the English Premier League title in the 2019/2020 season after a three-decade absence since club. Despite this, the numbers and statistics testify to Salah’s continued brilliance in the ranks of the “Reds”, having become the first player in Liverpool history to score at least 20 goals per season for three consecutive seasons, and Salah was the team’s top scorer both in the English Premier League as well as in the European Champions League in past. Salah scored 22 goals in English Premier League than the six in Champions League last season, and continued his brilliance and hobby of scoring throughout the season in course and became the first player since famed former star Ian Rush to score at least 20 goals for Liverpool in the season for five consecutive seasons. Although the 2021 FIFA Award rating was limited to the period October 8, 2020 to August 7, 2020, Salah had other distinctive footprints in the weeks that followed, including the continued abundance of his goals. in particularly his hat-trick against Manchester United, which led Liverpool to a crushing 5-0 win at Old Trafford, United’s stronghold. Thanks to these three goals, Salah became the first player in Liverpool history to shake up opponents’ goals in ten consecutive games, and also became the most African player to shake the English Premier League goal in history, overcoming the balance of former Ivorian Didier Drogba, who scored 104 goals in English Premier League. In addition to his brilliance with Liverpool and his distinctive goals that have made him a fan favorite of the team, which have ensured him of winning the award for best player in the supporters’ referendum for the year 2021 and for the second consecutive year, Salah resumed his brilliant career with the Egyptian national team (grandsons of the Pharaohs) last March after the conditions of the outbreak had kept him away from the ranks long infected by the coronavirus. Salah is in tops the Pharaohs’ top scorers list in African Nations Cup qualifiers and surpassed former star Hassan El Shazly’s record (42 goals) with the Egyptian national team, becoming the team’s second top scorer in history behind former star Hossam Hassan, who scored 68 goals for the Pharaohs. In 2021, Salah was crowned with numerous individual awards, including the award for the best English Premier League player in the BBC referendum, the Golden Foot award, the Professional Players Fans Association award for the best player in England and Liverpool’s best player award last season in the player survey The team and Liverpool Player award of the Year last season in the team’s fan poll. (Dpa)