Liverpool star, Mohamed Salah has been named GQ Middle East Man of the Year.
The ceremony was attended by numerous public figures, among whom were several Egyptians artists.
“Each time he steps on a pitch, Mohamed Salah balances the expectations of a nation – and one of the world’s most famous football clubs. It’s the kind of pressure that can make or break a man … but this much we know: Salah won’t be stopped. That’s why he’s our Man of the Year,” The magazine said about Salah, also underscoring his constant desire to advance his career.
— Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) October 9, 2019
Last month Mohamed Salah took fourth place on the Best FIFA Men’s Player award ceremony.
Salah also won the Golden Boot in the PL back-to-back. He scored 32 Premier League goals last season. He has also won PFA Player of the year award once.
The Egyptian forward also won African Player of the Year for the second consecutive year in 2018. He is the fourth African player to win the titleb following El Hadji Diouf, Samuel Eto’o, and Yaya Touré.