Mohamed Salah set to beat Ronaldo, Messi to player of the century award
- Mohamed Salah has been superb for Liverpool since he joined the Reds from Roma
- The Egypt international is on the verge of winning player of the century award
- Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Ronaldinho are the other nominees for the award
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Mohamed Salah who currently plays as a striker for reigning Premier League champions Liverpool is now on the verge of beating Ronaldo, Messi and Ronaldinho for the player of the century award.
Since joining Liverpool thereby making a return to the Premier League having played for Chelsea, Mohamed Salah has been one of the best strikers in the English football considering his performances.
Also, the Egypt international has won the Champions League title, the golden boot award and the Premier League crown with Liverpool.
Presently, voting is ongoing for the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards according to the organizers of which four big players have made the final stage.
Lionel Messi who has won six Ballon d'Or awards is among together with his biggest rival Cristiano Ronaldo and also World Cup winner Ronaldinho.
However, Mohamed Salah is said to be leading with the highest number of votes which is currently 54 percent, while Cristiano Ronaldo is second on the table with 27 percent.
Barcelona legend Lionel Messi is occupying third position with 14 votes so far, while Ronaldinho is fourth with 5 percent.
As it is, Mohamed Salah is having the chance to win this award with the ceremony coming up in Dubai on December 27.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are currently occupying second position on the Premier League table with 24 points after 11 games played so far.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah equaled Cristiano Ronaldo's Premier League goal-record of 84 following his impressive show against Wolves at Anfield.
Liverpool who are currently occupying second position on the Premier League table were brilliant on Sunday, December 7, scoring four goals against visiting Wolves.
The Egypt international scored the first goal for Liverpool in the 24th minute after a superb assist from Curtis Jones in which Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio was beaten.
Salah's goal against Wolves moved the former Roma striker to 84 after 131 games for Liverpool and Chelsea in the Premier League.
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