- Mohamed Salah wins maiden edition of the GQ middle east man of the year award
- The Liverpool star has been massive for the Reds in all competition since his arrival in 2017
- The award also recognised some other trail blazers in their field in the year under review
Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah has been named GQ middle east man of the year in the maiden edition of the men of the year awards.
The event which was organised to celebrate the best in their various fields was held at the incredible Louvre Abu Dhabi.
Salah has been superb for the Reds since he joined them few years back, helping them to win the Champions League title last season.
Liverpool were so close to lifting the Premier League title in the same season but lost out by just one point with Manchester City emerging champions.
So far this season, the Egyptian forward has scored six goals and provided two assists in ten matches for the Anfield outfit.
In all, the former Chelsea star has made 116 appearances for Jurgen Klopp's side - scoring 77 goals and assisting 32 others in the process.
His arrival to Merseyside side in 2017 has made the club more competitive - reaching back to back Champions League finals, and won the last edition.
They also beat Chelsea to win the UEFA Super Cup earlier in the season as they kick off their campaign with silverware.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nottingham Forest season ticket holder Ben Bird has revealed that Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah was the reason he converted to a Muslim.
The Egyptian forward joined the Reds from AS Roma in the summer of 2017 and has been massive for the Merseyside so far.
Salah led Jurgen Klopp to Champions League triumph at the end of last season and also won his second straight Premier League golden boot - after finishing a joint top scorer with Aubameyang and Sadio Mane.
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