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Salah’s best Premier League season

29 Th4 2022 | 13:13

brotherLiverpool striker Mohamed Salah was awarded the Player of the Year award for the 2021-2022 season by the British Sports Press Association on April 29.

Salah Received 48% of the vote, beating out two heavyweights Kevin De Bruyne and Declan Rice in second and third, respectively, for the award. This is the second time Liverpool’s Egypt striker has won the FWA honours, after the first in 2018. Last year, the winner of the poll was Manchester City midfielder Ruben Dias.

Salah has won the hearts and minds of sports journalists across the UK with his stellar performances and consistency this season. In the Premier League, the 29-year-old striker has scored 22 goals and a further 13 in 31 appearances. In all respects, Salah’s stats are more impressive, with 30 goals and 14 assists in 44 appearances.

Salah received the prestigious FWA award for his performance at Liverpool.Photo: Sky Sports

Salah received the prestigious FWA award for his performance at Liverpool. picture: sky sports

Salah’s contribution deemed decisive, helped Liverpool A chance to win the treble this season. They won the League Cup in February and reached the FA Cup final and Champions League semi-final. In the Premier League, second-placed Liverpool are just one point behind Manchester City before the 35th round this weekend and are in a fierce battle for the title.

Salah also leads the Premier League’s top scorer with 22 goals, five more than the next two superstars Son Heung-min and Cristiano Ronaldo. The 29-year-old also leads the assists category, a line ahead of teammate Trent Alexander-Arnold.

However, on the other hand, Salah’s impressive performance has also excited Liverpool and fans. His current contract expires in 18 months. Salah is currently earning $270,000 a week and is rumored to be looking to more than double his salary in his new contract. However, the two sides have yet to find a common voice.

Salah personally thinks he will continue to Liverpool Next season, whether or not he signs a new contract in the summer. He said: “I think so. But if Liverpool want to sell me, that’s another story. I’m not really worried about this contract. I’m not going to let myself worry about anything. The season is not over.” Want to end the game in the best possible way. For me, this is the most important thing. Then, we’ll see what happens. “

Salah played for Liverpool from the 2017-2018 season, scoring 44, 27, 23 and 31 goals in all competitions in four seasons, helping the club win the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup Champions Cup.

Yi Tao (according to sky sports)