Mohamed Salah has won the title of Liverpool's "Best Player" of the season. He is ahead of Fabinho and Nathaniel Phillips in the voting.
Liverpool's Egyptian superstar Mohamed Salah has won his club's 'Best Player' award for the season. Salah has had an excellent season, putting his weight behind the Reds' attacking line. He has scored 31 goals and made five assists this season, despite Liverpool's disappointing season (3rd, 69 points), which saw them qualify for the Champions League in extremis.
With his 31 goals in 51 games in all competitions, the "Pharaoh" concludes his season as Liverpool's top scorer. "I am happy to win this award. Especially as it is voted by the fans. But winning our last games and qualifying for the Champions League was the most important thing," the player told Liverpoolfc.com.
"I think I have played well this season. But the credit doesn't go to me alone, but to the whole team. Salah is therefore playing as a team. I think that if we had had a good season, we would have been able to win it," he said. "I think if we had the fans in the stadium, we would have been in a much better position. I think if we had the fans in the stadium, we would have been in a much better position," he said. "So I am happy with the last game of the season (against Crystal Palace) which we played in front of our fans. It was great to see them back in the stadium, " says the former Roma player.
Although he was decisive throughout the season, his 21 goals were not enough to win the Premier League's Golden Boot. He finished behind Harry Kane (22 goals) of Tottenham Hotspur.