The Egyptian international, Mohamed Salah, was awarded the best player award in the match that brought together Liverpool against Leeds, which ended 6-0 in the match that was held between them on Wednesday evening at “Anfield”, as part of the postponements of the nineteenth round of the English Premier League championship for the current season 2021. 2022.
Mohamed Salah succeeded in obtaining the award for the best player of the match from the English Premier League, after receiving 82.4% of the total vote, by a large difference from his closest pursuer, Sadio Mane, who received only 9.6%.
44,000 votes and 238 of the fans who followed the match participated in the vote, and they were keen to place the majority of them on the Egyptian pharaoh’s vote.
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Liverpool’s goals were scored by Mohamed Salah (two goals), Joel Matip, and Sadio Mane (two goals) in the 15th, 30th, 35th, 80th, 90th and 93rd minutes, respectively.
Mohamed Salah excelled in the first half and showed a great picture after he was able to contribute to Liverpool’s three goals by scoring two goals and making the third for Joel Matip.
With this result, Liverpool was in second place in the Premier League standings with 60 points, collected from winning 18 matches, drawing 6, losing two matches, scoring 69 goals and receiving only 20.
While Leeds United were in the fifteenth place in the Premier League table with 23 points, collected from winning 5 matches, drawing 8, losing 12 matches, scoring 29 goals and receiving 55.
Mohamed Salah is the top scorer in the English Premier League with 19 goals, 7 goals behind his closest follower in the standings, Diego Jota.
Mohamed Salah, in his total scoring contributions during the current season, reached 29 goals, 19 goals and 10 assists.
Mohamed Salah is only 4 goals away from equaling Steven Gerrard’s number (69 goals) as the second most scored player at Anfield in the history of the Premier League.
Mohamed Salah surpassed Harry Chambers, who scored 151 goals with Liverpool, after the Pharaoh scored the second goal.
Liverpool wrote: “Here is history, here is the present, here is Salah.. The living legend of Liverpool continues to break records, with 152 goals.. Egyptian King Mohamed Salah becomes the ninth scorer of the Reds throughout history.”