- Mohamed Salah has added another feather in his cap for goal scoring form
- The Egypt international was named Goal Arab Player of the Year for 2019
- The 27-year-old goal scoring machine has scored 13 goals for Liverpool this term
Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has been named the Arab Player of the Year for 2018 following his sterling performance for club and country.
The Egypt international scored the decisive goal that qualified his country to the Russia 2018 World Cup and was also one of the scorers for the Pharaoh's in the competition.
The 27-year-old helped Liverpool qualify into the Champions League final but eventually lost to defending champions Real Madrid.
The former Roma forward was named the PFA Player of the Year in England scoring a record 32 Premier League goals last term.
The ex-Chelsea star wrapped up the 2017/18 season with 44 strikes in 52 matches ranking him among the top three scorers in Europe behind Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Egyptian was rewarded with a new improved deal at Anfield following his remarkable showing for the Reds under the noses of Jurgen Klopp.
In the 2018/19 campaign, Salah currently is joint-top scorer in the Premier League with 13 goals along with Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Tottenham's Harry Kane.
Liverpool are currently the only unbeaten side in the English topflight division as they seek for their first league win in over 20 years and Salah has been instrumental to impressive campaign.\
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that Angry football fans have taken to the social media to blast Liverpool star Mohamed Salah for his shocking dive after the Reds were awarded a very, very soft penalty in their Boxing Day showdown at Anfield.
In the second stanza of the encounter, Salah was running down the right wing as he usually does, but was checked with a little contact by Paul Dummett in the vital area.