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Egypt international, Mohamed Salah, has been named Liverpool’s Player of the Month for December.
Mohamed Salah arguably found his best form in December as he was able to score on five occasions, including a brace against Crystal Palace, and produced two assists.
His contributions helped the Reds have their highest-scoring month this campaign, with 15 goals, helping them collect 12 points and sit on top of the league table.
The Egypt international was therefore shortlisted for the Premier League Player of the Month Award, but lost it to Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes. However, Salah was able to win Liverpool’s Man of the Month.
“Thank you very much. It’s nice but we just need to win some games from the games coming,” he told liverpoolfc.com.
“The situation is not great at the moment but we just need to focus on each game and stay together and carry on.
“I want to thank them [the fans] very much and tell them thank you very much for voting for me. We just need to stay together, supporting the team, and I’m sure everything is going to be fine,” he concluded.
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The Reds have been struggling since the beginning of the year, having been without a win in their last five games. They now trail behind the league leaders Manchester United with six points difference.
Salah was unable to score in his last five league appearances and will hope to return to scoring ways in the FA Cup clash against Manchester United.
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