Mo Salah crowned Premier League Player of the Year

Flying high Firmino celebrates in style after Salah scores his second goal

Flying high Firmino celebrates in style after Salah scores his second goal

His goal against West Brom over the weekend moved him five goals ahead of Tottenham Hotspur marksman Harry Kane in the race for this season's Premier League golden boot - Salah, with three matches left to play, has 31 goals to his name.

"My personal thing is to win something with the team", Salah said.

Salah beat out Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane and David Silva for the award.

"This is a big test, a big challenge in Roma, but I feel we're ready for it".

After Roma pulled off the stunning comeback over Barcelona to secure a dream semi-final booking in the UEFA Champions League, the Giallorossi were drawn with Liverpool - a clash with plenty of narratives and intriguing storylines.

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

Confederation of African Football, CAF, has congratulated Egyptian and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah for winning the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) Player of the Year award for 2017-18.

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It might've been a tough blow for Kevin De Bruyne who has been so good and so important for the walk-away champions who have been so much better than everyone else in the league but Salah is full value for his award.

"Players change clubs, managers change clubs - I had it with Dortmund two years ago already", Klopp said. "Thankfully the club gave me the chance to do it and I enjoy it a lot". "The players know how hard it is to score that many goals and be involved in that many, so I think it's well deserved". "We are very close to this, we are in the semi-finals of the Champions League, so I hope that we will win", - quotes the Salah official website of "Liverpool".

He has been out of this world this season, and he is a deserved victor of the PFA Player of the Year award.

"In Europe, Liverpool are playing extremely well".

Liverpool's 5-0 defeat to Manchester City in September could have gone differently, for example, not only if Sadio Mane had not been sent off but also had Salah taken some gilt-edged opportunities early on.

Suarez won the award, and also scored 31 league goals, back in 2013/14, when he nearly single-handedly dragged Liverpool to the title.

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