Why did Salah lose the FIFA award? And how he...


The year 2021 recorded a new attempt by Mohamed Salah, the star of Liverpool and the Egyptian national team, which was unsuccessful, in his continuous journey towards being crowned the best player in the world.

Salah came third in the “The Best” award presented by the International Football Association (FIFA), behind Poland’s Robert Lewandowski and Argentine Lionel Messi, for last year.

But the question raised by many Salah fans around the world, especially Arab fans and Liverpool supporters, is why the “King of Anfield” did not crown the award despite his impressive performance in the last period?

Award Cycle

This season, Mohamed Salah scored 16 goals in the English Premier League and assisted 9, to present an amazing performance that made most critics in the English Premier League describe him as the best in the world.

Salah enters the African Nations with his eye on The Beast stage

But it seemed that everything Salah achieved this season was not enough to influence the voters in the “The Best” award to choose the best player in the world in 2021, in addition to the fact that most of his brilliance this season came outside the time frame of the award.

The “Best” award depends on choosing the best from October 8, 2020 until August 7, 2021, while the English Premier League started on August 14, which makes everything the “Pharaoh” did this season far from the period on which FIFA chooses the best. In the world.

vote loss

Salah ranked third behind Lewandowski and Messi in the award for the best player in the world, due to losing the vote in all categories of voters, except for the vote of the public and the coaches of the national teams.

In the coaches’ vote, Salah scored 271 points, compared to 254 points for Messi and 535 for Lewandowski, so that the Egyptian surpassed the Argentine and came behind the Polish.

As for the national team captains’ vote, Salah scored only 176 points in third place behind Messi (344 points), and Lewandowski, who scored 555 points.

At the level of points for media representatives in all the country, Salah scored 184 points, behind Messi, who got 409 points, and Lewandowski, who has the lion’s share with 589 points.

Salah’s only superiority over Lewandowski was in the public vote, where the Egyptian won 528,245 votes, compared to 353,714 for the Bayern Munich star, and Messi topped with 708,206 votes.

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