Mohamed Salah wins "Man of the Year" award from "GQ"
Egyptian international winger Mohamed Salah, liverpool's player of the year, won the Man of the Year award from the Middle East edition of "GQ", wednesday evening.
The 27-year-old Egyptian international was crowned with the award at the GQ magazine event in Dubai, UAE.
The international magazine pointed out in its Arabic version of the Middle East through its official website that every time he steps in the stadium, Mohamed Salah balances the expectations and hopes of his country, and one of the most famous football clubs in the world Liverpool, he does not carry on him the hopes of the fans of his country only on his shoulders, but carries Liverpool fans have the hopes and dreams of every game they play with the team.
The famous magazine continued, stressing that this kind of pressure can break a man... But that's what we know so much about Salah that he won't stop fulfilling his dream, which is why he's our man of the year.
"If you want to succeed, you have to be ready to learn everything."
Salah's wholesale achievements with Liverpool
Egyptian international Mohamed Salah ranked fourth among the best players in the world according to FIFA.
Mohamed Salah has succeeded in winning the best player and scorer of the Premier League during the 2017-2018 season, in addition to being crowned the top scorer of the Big English Championship equally with liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane and international striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang is arsenal's player during the 2018-19 season, with 22 goals each.
Mohamed Salah led Liverpool last season to crown the Champions League at the expense of Tottenham, in a match in which Salah scored his team's first goal, in a showdown that ended with the victory of the Reds with a white double.