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He has led Liverpool to a likely top-four finish in the English top flight, as well as a place in the Champions League final, where the Reds will take on Real Madrid.
Much of their success has come with Salah producing the finish in the final third, with the Egyptian netting 43 times in all competitions, and 31 in 34 games in the league.
Salah is closing in on the record for the most goals in both a 38-game and 42-game campaign since the Premier League‘s inception in 1992.
And he has already been awarded Player of the Month on three occasions, becoming the first player to ever do so in a single season.
This was compounded by Salah winning both the PFA Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year awards, recognised by players and journalists alike.