Liverpool Egyptian winger, Mohamed Salah, has been named Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) player of the month for December.
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The Egyptian winger participated with his team in seven games at the Premier League in December and he led Liverpool to achieve victory in the seven games as he scored six goals including a hat-trick against Bournemouth.
Congratulations, @MoSalah! 👏🏆
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 7, 2019
The Egyptian player will participate with his team at the FA Cup fourth round against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday night and he will leave Liverpool to attend CAF awards ceremony on Tuesday night in Senegal.
Salah is nominated for CAF player of the year award alongside his teammate in Liverpool, Sadio Mane, and Gabon’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The shortlist includes the same nominees from last season when Salah achieved the award for the first time.
Salah has had an amazing season with Liverpool as he led his team to UEFA Champions League Final against Real Madrid but he only played 25 minutes and left the pitch after suffering an injury and followed his team’s 3-1 loss from the stands.
The Egyptian scored 44 goals last season at all competitions, including 32 goals at the league that granted him the Premier League Golden Boot award.
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This season in English Premier League, Mohamed Salah suffered a frustrating start with his team but he regained his form and scored 13 goals at the league for Liverpool after 20 games leading his team to Premier League leadership.
The Egyptian player also scored a decisive goal against Napoli at home that secured his team’s qualification to UEFA Champions League second round.
Mohamed Salah received BBC African Player of the Year award and became the second player to win the award twice in a row after Nigeria’s Jay-Jay Okocha.