Liverpool right winger Mo-Salah has been announced Fans' Footballer of the Year. The veteran forward overthrew six fellow EPL Stars in a close contested vote to win the inaugural Fans' Footballer of the year prize after helping the Reds to clinch the title last season, scoring up to nineteenth goals and ten billiant assists.
Not only that, Salah's produced yet another world class's season as the Red's won the League with a margin of about 18 points last season.
The Egyptian forward solo goal at Man United made him wheeled away in celebration, tearing off his shirt and standing proudly in front of the Kop, which couldn't help but burst into: "And now you're gonna believe us, we're gonna win the league."
The 28-year old winger has also started the current season in an incredible, commendable form with 13 goals in as many top-flight games, including a remarkable two goals and assist off the bench last weekend against Palace.
He has taken on an Enchanting or will I say Charismatic status at Anfield and helped Liverpool claim a four-point lead at the top of the table this term.
If he continues impressing, Mohammad Salah may well be the man who helps Liverpool win back-to-back league titles.
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