Mohamed Salah, the “pharaoh” of African football

On the football world, Mohamed Salah has become unavoidable.

The Egyptian string records and distinctions so much that fans of football on the continent sees it become the second ball of African gold.

Since George Weah in 1995, the African dream of a second golden ball and it would be a just reward for the continent which offers European championships, Arab and Asian talented footballers.

The lovers of the round ball on the continent hope that this dream cherished since 1995 will be a reality with the Egyptian Mohamed Salah.

He became the first Egyptian footballer to be named Player of the Year of the Association of Professional Footballers.

He is the second African footballer to win the award after Algerian midfielder Riyad Mahrez of Leicester City in 2016.

Having left FC Basel (Switzerland) for the English championship, he sets his bags in Chelsea but will experience hectic seasons.

The English club League 1 lends it to the Italian clubs of Fiorentina then to AS Roma.

Today, he writes the most beautiful lines of his career at the Liverpool Reds.

Mohamed Salah this season has made about him by dethroning Didier Drogba with his 31 goals in the Premier League 1 English (41 goals in all competitions this season).

The counter of the Ivorian had stopped at 29 achievements. He did not fail to congratulate Liverpool striker via his Instagram account with a message of admiration and encouragement.

“A lot of love and blessings, as I said before, the best is yet to come.”

At 25, he equalled the record of 38 games played by Luis Suarez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer with three league games remaining.

In Egypt, his triumph made the headlines and the hashtag “the legend Mohamed Salah” was shared more than 25,000 times.

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