England-ALSHARQIYA July 24 : Despite being the team's top scorer, Egyptian star Mohamed Salah failed to get any votes during the vote for the Premier League's best player award, the results of which were revealed Friday.
Jordan Henderson was named England's Player of the Year in 2020, based on a vote by the Sports Writers Association.
With the results of the votes revealed, it was surprisingly clear that the Egyptian star did not get any votes from the Sports Writers Association.
And while the book excluded Salah,
5 of his classmates got votes, the Englishmen Jordan Henderson and Trent Alexander Arnold, the Brazilian Alison, the Senegalese Sadio Mane and the Dutchman Vergil Van Dyck.
Fifteen league players got votes, including Wolverhampton player Adama Traore and Southampton top scorer Danny Ings.
Salah is fourth in the league's top scorer, with 19 goals, and he is Liverpool's top scorer this season, but his level has decreased compared to his first two seasons in Liverpool.
It is noteworthy that Salah won the award with a landslide vote, in 2018, after he scored 32 goals in the league, and starred in his first season with the "Reds".