Liverpool's Salah wins PFA Player's Award

Liverpool's Salah wins PFA Player's Award

Klopp was quick to credit Tuesday's opponents Roma for Salah's impact in England, highlighting the role they played in his development.

Martin Keown says Kevin De Bruyne deserved it over Mohamed Salah, but thinks the Manchester City star will have the last laugh over the Liverpool man anyway. Watching this shift in consensus was, among other things, a reminder the victor of this prize is usually determined by the strength of whatever narrative cross winds carry him through the season, rather than by the strength of his performances. "I still have some goals to score to break the record and I'm very excited about that".

That is some way off but Liverpool could be champions of Europe within a matter of weeks although it is unlikely to happen unless Salah keeps scoring, possibly the seven he requires to beat Rush's 34 year-old record of 47 in all competitions in the one season.

"We did something similar at City". What De Bruyne isn't, unlike Salah, is a goalscorer.

Totti, who played alongside Salah for two seasons at Stadio Olimpico, believes the winger's exceptional run of performances on Merseyside is a credit to Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.

Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman also revealed in an interview with The Independent that they planned to limit Salah with "special tactics" in the form of catenaccio.

But this, 41 goals and counting?

"Maybe there are guys with numbers better than him but for me in the team that wins (the title) with five games to go, he was the best".

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Even now, though, there's a certain feeling of uncanniness involved in watching him play, as there is with all players whose most unsafe work is done without the ball.

Obviously, with a season like that, there are discussions about where he stands in the pantheon of greatest ever Premier League players. Wait, you think to yourself, what? "The more effort you make, the more you develop".

"We got some preparation to do today and tomorrow morning and we will implement that into our game tomorrow night".

Asked what it meant to become the first Egyptian to win the award, he said: "Hopefully I'm not the last one!"

Mido, who made 94 Premier League appearances and registered 22 goals, feels Salah's stock is so high that Real or Barcelona could make a move and if that comes to pass, the Egyptian has advised him to make that switch.

In an interview with CNN, Salah sat in a auto with reporter Becky Anderson when she played the "Egyptian King" song over the music system.

He scored in both legs of Liverpool's 5-1 aggregate victory over Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals, as well as four goals in their league victory over Watford in March.

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