The English Football League pronounced in Arabic for the second season in a row, after the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah raised the title in a celebration that his fans had been waiting for for 30 years, to become "Abu Mumka" the second Arab player to win the strongest championship in the world of football after the Algerian Riyad Mahrez, who had previously He won it twice with "Inundated" Leicester in 2016, and Manchester City last season, an orphan point behind the "Reds".
The "Egyptian Pharaoh" was highlighted in the big celebration organized by the club at "Anfield" stadium at a time when the crowd was gathering heavily behind its walls, unconcerned with the instructions of the British authorities to avoid gathering in light of the continuation of the Corona pandemic, but the joy was greater than any restrictions, despite the fact that the club The title was officially settled since last month, but the Reds insisted on flexing their muscles with an impressive victory over their Chelsea 5-3 guest, the day before yesterday, at the top of the 37th round matches, "before the last" of the league, raising its score to 96 points.
Salah contributed effectively to leading Liverpool to restore his glories, as he fired the first spark two seasons ago when the club's brilliance was reduced to the Egyptian pharaoh, until the fans went to name the club the title of "Salahbol", and if he did not crown the league in the last two seasons, he won the title of top scorer twice "Golden Shoe" », And was nominated among the three best players in the world, and was crowned last season in the Champions League, before he and his comrades pounced on the« Premier League »this season.
By numbers .. Mohamed Salah fought 2862 minutes in 33 games during which he scored 19 goals (the fourth scorer list) before one round at the end of the league, and made 10 goals, received an yellow orphan card, and the rate of shooting on goal reached 3.9 per game, and his successful passes reached 76.5%, he won the Man of the Match award six times, and his average rating was 7.43 out of 10, according to the Football Statistics «Hoskord» website.
Salah said in televised comments after the end of the Chelsea match: "The crowning of the English League is a historic day for us, and I am happy with the crowning of the Premier League title, the FIFA Club World Cup and the Champions League with Liverpool during three seasons." He added: "I wish there were fans on the field to celebrate with us." .
After the coronation of Liverpool championship, the Arab fans are waiting for a burning competition in the next season between a group of Arab stars, and it is expected that the competition between Salah and Mahrez will not be confined to the English podiums, especially after the new Arab face, Hakim Ziyash, joined Chelsea, for 45 million euros, so that the player’s chances will increase. Al Arabi is on the rise of the podium of the strongest championship for the third time in a row, which gives the "primerleaj" an Arab-African flavor for additional seasons, and the competition for a separate honorary title among the masses of social networking sites widens to define the identity of "Arab pride."
It is noteworthy that eight Arab players participated in the English Premier League this season alongside Salah and Mahrez, they are: Egyptian Trezeguet (Aston Villa), Egyptian Ahmed Al-Muhammadi (Aston Villa), Moroccan Sufyan Boufal (Southampton), Moroccan Roman Says (Wolverhampton) and Algerian Nabil Ben Student (Newcastle).
Will Salah and Mahrez’s success affect the Arab players ’transfer market and open the door for other Arab stars to participate in the most powerful championship in the world?
Arab players in England
Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool).
The Algerian Riyad Mahrez (Man City).
Moroccan Hakim Ziash (Chelsea).
The Egyptian Trezeguet (Aston Villa).
The Egyptian Ahmed Al-Muhammadi (Aston Villa).
Moroccan Sofiane Boufal (Southampton).
Moroccan Roman Sayes (Wolverhampton).
Algerian Nabil Bin Talib (Newcastle).
Salah numbers in the league
He played 2862 minutes.
He scored 19 goals.
Make 10 goals.
Received one yellow card.
Goal Shot Rate: 3.9.
His successful pass rate: 76.5%.
Man of the match: Six times.
Average rating: 7.43 out of 10.
Additions to history
Mohamed Salah became the first Egyptian player to win the English Premier League title in the history of the championship.
The second Arab player to win the title after the Algerian Riyad Mahrez, who won it
Twice with Leicester City 2016 and Manchester City last season.
- He joined with his team mates, Senegalese Sadio Mane, Guinea's Nabi Keita, and Cameroonian Joel Matip, to a list of 18 African players who achieved the title of "Premiership".
The fifth African player to combine the English Premier League and European champions, after the Ivoryians Didier Drogba and Salmon Callow, Ghanaian Michael Essien and Nigerian John Obi Mikel.
- "Premier League" fans look forward to a burning competition among Arab stars next season.