Liverpool star Mohamed Salah was this afternoon honoured with his latest PFA award, after continuing his scintillating form in the month of March.
Egyptian wide-man Salah made his return to the Premier League last summer, after Liverpool splashed out a fee that could eventually rise to 50 million Euro to bring the former Chelsea man in from Serie A outfit AS Roma.
And he has certainly not taken long to settle back into the rigours of the English game, having already popped up with an incredible 38 goals across all competitions to this point in the campaign.
Of Salah’s 38 goals to this point in the campaign, 6 of those came in the Premier League in March, during outings versus Newcastle United, Watford (4) and Crystal Palace.
And the 25-year-old has today been rewarded for his exploits over the course of last month by the PFA, who have named Salah the Premier League Player of the Month for March:
Congratulations, @22mosalah! 🇪🇬👑
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) April 9, 2018
Next up for Liverpool is the second-leg of their Champions League quarter-final matchup with Premier League champions-elect Manchester City, with the Reds of course carrying a 3-0 lead to the Etihad following a sensational showing at Anfield during the tie’s first-leg last week.
Salah is actually in a race against time to be fit to take on the Citizens tomorrow night, with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp having provided an update on the well-being of his side’s star man during a press conference earlier today.