Mohamed Salah wins two awards in just two days.. Where are Mahrez and Mani?
Less than two days after he topped the list of players nominated to win the “The Best” award by the International Football Association, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah continued to monopolize individual awards, and today, Wednesday, he won the award for the best player in October in the ranks of Liverpool for the third time in a row. , after being crowned last August and September.
Liverpool club announced that Mohamed Salah won the highest percentage of votes through a poll in which the public participated on the official website, during which he outperformed goalkeeper Alison Becker and midfielder Naby Keita.
Mohamed Salah participated with Liverpool in the month of October in six matches, where he scored against Manchester City and Watford amazing individual goals, scored a double against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, and scored three goals (hat-trick) against Manchester United, in the match in which Liverpool swept Manchester United With a clean five in the Red Devils stronghold Old Trafford Stadium.
The Egyptian pharaoh had booked a place for him in the final list of candidates to win the “The Best” award for 2021, and he topped, the day before yesterday, a list of 11 players, while next to the top scorer of Liverpool and the English Premier League, a group of world stars such as Benzema, De Bruyne, Ronaldo and Halland were present. And Jorginho, Kante, Lewandowski, Mbappe, Messi and Neymar, to be the only African player on this list that is free of the Algerian stars Riyad Mahrez and Senegalese Sadio Mane.
Last Tuesday, FIFA revealed the list of nominees for the award given to the best player in the world, and the list included Mohamed Salah (Egypt), Karim Benzema (France), Kevin Den Bruyne (Belgium), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) and Erling Halland (Norway). Jorginho (Italy) N'Golo Kante (France) Robert Lewandowski (Poland) Kylian Mbappe (France) Lionel Messi (Argentina) Neymar Da Silva (Brazil).
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