Mohamed Salah gets special recognition from PFA

Salah got a special award for his outsanding performance

Salah got a special award for his outsanding performance

Time Web Desk: Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been voted player of the Year by the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) after an outstanding season.

The Egyptian forward scored 43 goals in all compactions and the 25-year-old is the first African player to win the prestigious award.

Salah has helped Liverpool, who is third in the Premier League, into the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 10 years.

The Merseyside club face AS Roma in the second leg in the Italian capital on Wednesday and lead 5-2 from the opening game at Anfield in which Salah scored twice and set up two other goals.

Salah will head to the World Cup in Russia to play for Egypt who has been drawn with the hosts, Saudi Arabia and Uruguay in Group A.

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