Liverpool and Egypt forward Mohamed Salah won the 2018 Confederation of African Football(CAF) Player of the Year grant for the second back to back year.
The 26-year-old forward beat his Liverpool colleague Sadio Mane of Senegal and Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to secure the title.
Communicating delight over the triumph, Salah said that he is glad for his accomplishments. He additionally expressed gratitude toward his companions, family, and colleagues for helping him all through his voyage.
“I can’t trust it’s been a year since I was keep going on this stage. I’ve generally said this honor for me is huge. I adore it, since I saw it when I was youthful. I had the fantasy to win one day. So now I’ve won it twice. I’m exceptionally glad to have won it twice,” goal.com cited Salah, as saying.
“I need to thank my family, partners, fans, and everybody who assumed a job in my profession to get this going today. I would love to devote this honor to my nation, Egypt,” he included.
Salah scored 44 objectives for Liverpool amid the 2017-18 season, helping the Red Devils to achieve the Champion League last. He scored two objectives for his national group in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The Liverpool star forward completed his 2017-18 Premier League season with 32 objectives and was granted the Golden Boot.
Subsequent to winning African Player of the year consecutive, Salah has placed himself in the world class organization of players like El Hadji Diouf, Samuel Eto’o and Yaya Toure.