Mohamed Salah has become a household name in the English Premier League due to his exploits at Liverpool. The Egyptian became one of the most consistent forwards in modern football.
Starting brilliantly at Basel in 2014, the Egyptian forward moved to check where he failed to hit the ground running before departing the London-based club for AS Roma.
However, a resurgent form saw him return to the Premier League, where he has gone on to win significant trophies and awards, including the Premier League Golden Boot ranks him among the best players in the world.
In this article, we’ve brought the most significant awards of the Egyptian footballer.
Mohamed Salah awards list
Premier League Golden Boot – 3
Years won: 2017–18, 2018–19, 2021–22
Mohamed Salah has won three EPL Golden boots since he arrived on the English top flight. The Egyptian won his first award two years after his second stint in the league and submitted two more awards (twice shared).
Ever since his first success, he has been outstanding with Liverpool even though he’d not been able to dominate the Golden Boot winners list despite his consistency.
FIFA Puskás Award – (1)
Years won: 2018
Following Liverpool’s performance in 2017–18, as the Reds ended up runner-up in the UEFA Champions League, the Egyptian received the FIFA Puskás Award.
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FIFA Club World Cup Golden Ball – (1)
Years won: 2019
As Liverpool successfully won the UEFA Champions League and emerged winners of the Club World Cup, Salah was awarded the Golden Ball due to his outstanding performance that led to the club’s success throughout the tournament.
Premier League Player of the Season – (1)
Years won: 2017–18
Salah earned the award due to his contributions to Liverpool’s quest for their nineteenth league title. The Egyptian won the EPL Golden Boot that year.
African Footballer of the Year – (2)
Years won: 2017, 2018
Salah won the award for two consecutive years due to his outstanding performance. The Egyptian helped the Egyptian Men’s National team to finish runner-up in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations and 2021.
See Wikipedia article for the complete list of awards by the Egyptian footballer.