Mohamed Salah has conquered yet another star-studded vote to continue his glorious second spell in England.
The Egyptian has won Match of the Day’s Goal of the Month award thanks to his sublime solo effort in Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham last month.
Anfield erupted in the 91st minute thinking Salah had earned a dramatic win, only for Spurs to earn a late penalty and Harry Kane to subsequently convert from the spot to snatch a draw.
It was an effort worthy of winning any game as the forward drifted past three marks in the box before finishing expertly over Hugo Lloris.
His nearest competition for the award was Tottenham’s Victor Wanyama, who produced a stunning long-range strike to make it 1-1 in the same fixture.
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Salah’s majestic form has also seen him awarded as the February Premier League Player of the Month having registered four goals and two assists in three games.
His effort in Saturday’s win over Newcastle took him to an astonishing tally of 32 goals for the season across all competitions, as well as making him the league’s joint-top scorer with 24 alongside Tottenham’s Kane.
In a remarkable first season with the Reds, Salah became only the 13th player in the club’s history to score 30 goals in a single campaign – to name just one of numerous landmark achievements.
He also surpassed Luis Suarez’s 31-goal tally in 2013/2014 to further evidence his incredible impact on his return to the country after his difficult spell with Chelsea in 2014.
His goals continue to propel Liverpool closer to another top-four finish and perhaps an extended Champions League run.