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Mohamed Salah crowned PFA Player of the Year after sensational season for Liverpool

Mohamed Salah's exceptional introduction season at Liverpool has been perceived with the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year grant.

Salah got the award from his companions in front of Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, a fitting prize for a crusade in which he has coordinated the accomplishments of Liverpool's goalscoring legends.

The Egyptian is the main Liverpool player since Ian Rush to score 40 objectives in a season, and has likewise coordinated Luis Suarez's record of 31 Premier League objectives in a crusade. He may yet break Rush's objective record of 47 of every a season. He right now has 41 objectives in only 46 appearance in all rivalries.

"It's a major respect. I've buckled down and I'm extremely glad to win it," Salah said at the service on Sunday night. Requested that what it implied turn into the primary Egyptian to win the honor, he stated: "Ideally, I'm not the last one. I'm exceptionally pleased to win."

Since his £39 million move from Roma, Salah has been a noteworthy impact in Jurgen Klopp's side achieving the semi-finals of the Champions League, threatening Premier League and European safeguards with his pace and stunning wrapping up.

Not exclusively did he fight off the test of De Bruyne, yet in addition individual shortlisted candidates David Silva, David de Gea and Harry Kane.