Egypt’s Salah voted England’s player of the year

This season, Egypt’s Mohamed Salah is the top scorer (22 goals) and the top passer in the Premier League.

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah was named ‘Best soccer player of the season’ by English journalists.

The Egyptian received 48% of the votes, ahead of Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne and West Ham’s Declan Rice.

The Pharaoh of Liverpool is one of the great architects of the current success of his club, in the race to achieve a fabulous quadruple (League Cup, English Cup, Champions League and English championship). This season, he is actually the top scorer (22 goals) and the top passer in the Premier League (13).

In all competitions, Salah has scored 30 goals, and Liverpool fans are hoping he will extend his contract with the club until 2023. This is the second time the 29-year-old has won the award.

Unsurprisingly, the players of the Premier League leader Manchester City and its runner-up Liverpool have been voted for by the journalists of the kingdom.

Their votes rewarded Sam Kerr in British women’s soccer. The Australian striker scored 18 goals, helping her club Chelsea to dominate the female Super League. With 40% of the votes, she is ahead of Arsenal’s Dutch international Vivianne Miedema and Manchester City’s Lauren Hemp.

Salah and Kerr will receive their awards at the Footballers of the Year dinner in London on May 5.

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