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Mohamed Salah Voted Standard Chartered Player of the Month

Salah continues a three-month streak of winning the award.

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Liverpool Training Session Photo by Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images

Liverpool fans seem to be pretty fond of Mohamed Salah. For the third month in a row, the Egyptian has been voted the Standard Chartered Player of the Month.

Salah scored his 22nd, 23rd and 24th goals during last month, in both the league and in Europe. While things didn’t go well domestically, Salah helped the Reds make it into the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

Salah said of this honor: ”It’s a nice feeling to be winning it again. It’s a good feeling and I’m happy about our last results, so hopefully we can just keep winning.

“It’s tough for all of us because of the situation we have been through and our position in the Premier League, but I believe it’s going to be better. In the Champions League we are doing good.”

In March, the Reds have only managed to score three goals in four games, and Salah was responsible for one of them, the opening goal in the RB Leipzig return fixture. Hopefully the team winning two games in a row will spur them on to continue moving up the Premier League table.

Or, as Salah puts it, “I don’t want to just talk about my season because we play as a team, so I’d say it’s a tough season for all of us and we just need to carry on and try to win games.”

In April, Liverpool go up against Arsenal, the only typically top six team having a worse season than they are. Hopefully the Reds can keep their good performances going and grab another three points.