Mohamed Salah Named PFA Player Of The Year

Mohamed Salah Named PFA Player Of The Year

Mohamed Salah Named PFA Player Of The Year

The 22-year-old Germany global has been a key member of a successful City side during Pep Guardiola's second campaign in charge, scoring nine goals and supplying 12 assists for team-mates in the league.

However, De Bruyne has also had an incredible season as he helped Manchester United achieve their fifth UEFA Champions League title, in addition to having the most assists in the competition.

Henderson revealed that although at the beginning of the season the players thought Salah will be a good addition for Liverpool, he still exceeded their expectations.

It is no surprise to see the Egyptian Liverpool star on such an A-list as he had a sensational first season with Liverpool, where he scored a sensational 41 goals in 45 games.

Mohamed Salah has been crowned PFA Player of the Year ahead of Man City rival Kevin De Bruyne. "I'm very proud to win and I've worked very hard".

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The Egyptian winger was recently named as the Premier League's Player of the Month for the March, an individual accolade that Salah has collected four times this season.

Chelsea Ladies forward Fran Kirby won the women's Player of the Year award, while Lauren Hemp of Bristol City secured the young player prize.

Salah is the seventh Premier League player to win the award and the first to win it since Suarez in 2013-14.

Salah's been rewarded for an outstanding first season on Merseyside, during which he's plundered 31 league goals - equalling the record over a 38 game Premier League season with time to spare.

The PFA's Merit award went posthumously to Cyrille Regis, the former West Brom forward who died aged 59 in January.

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