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Mohamed Salah’s incredible Egyptian fan base has yet again been at hand to ensure their idol dominates another poll.
The Liverpool winger has been outstanding since his summer move from Roma and has been well-backed by his compatriots in every vote he has been involved in.
His latest triumph comes courtesy of a Marca poll set up to determine the best ‘left-footed’ player- presumably in world football.
Salah cruised to victory with 48% of the votes, ahead of Barcelona’s Lionel Messi with 33% and Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio with 13%.
Since arriving on Merseyside, Salah has already won the Player of the Month and Goal of the Month awards for both August and September, as well as being named Champions League Player of the Week after Liverpool’s 7-0 win over NK Maribor.
The forward recently become Egypt’s hero when he scored an injury-time penalty to lead his nation to the World Cup for the first time since 1990.
Salah has proven to be an inspired signing on Jurgen Klopp’s part, fitting perfectly to Liverpool’s setup and thriving alongside the likes of Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
World’s best left-footed player may be a bit of a stretch with Messi still around, but he is certainly pushing the world’s very best with his goal tally.
With 12 goals in 17 games already to his name, Salah is only three goals away from the highest individual tally from a Liverpool player in a season since Luis Suarez’s 31-goal 2013/2014 campaign.
At this rate, he could even threaten to close in on the Uruguayan’s impressive figures.