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Mohamed Salah named as the best player for the third time in a row

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English club Liverpool revealed that Mohamed Salah, our national team’s star, received the club’s best player award for the third month in a row in February. This occurred after Salah had reached Curtis Jones and Trent Alexander-Arnold were chosen as Liverpool’s best players for February by a crowd poll.

Salah played in six matches in February, scoring three goals to bring his season total to 24.

Mohamed Salah arrived at the Egyptian national team camp yesterday to partake in the matches against Kenya and Comoros on March 25 and 29 in the African Nations 2022 qualifying games, where the technical staff of the first national football team headed by Al-Badri chose 28 players to compete in a closed camp. Liverpool’s star is at the helm.

Liverpool expressed their love for Mohamed Salah after the official account of the reds shared a photo of the Egyptian star on Instagram wishing him luck in this week’s matches with the national team. And comments on Liverpool’s official result, saying, “We wish you a nice week,” referring to Mohamed Salah and his return to the Pharaohs’ team after a time of absence, and he is preparing to lead the Pharaohs during a match in Kenya next Thursday, in African qualifiers.

Hosam El Badri, the coach of the Battalion, was the last player to don the Crown’s uniform.

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