Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been voted the Premier League’s PFA Bristol Street Motors Fans’ Player of the Month for the third time this season, his latest award marking a fine run of form throughout February that saw him bag four goals and two assists in just three top flight appearances.
In a vote run by fan engagement experts Snack Media, the unstoppable Egyptian attacker won a staggering 37% of the vote for February, convincingly knocking Liverpool colleague Roberto Firmino (19%) into second place and well surpassing fellow nominees Pascal Gross, Chris Smalling, Eden Hazard and Jack Butland.
In the first of four divisional votes carried out over seven days via Snack’s digital and social networks, football fans across the country continued to acknowledge Salah’s talismanic influence at Anfield since arriving from Roma last summer. He’s already established himself as a cornerstone of Liverpool’s relentless attack and one of the flagship stars of the Premier League.
The full list of contenders from the final shortlist polled as follows:
– Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 37%
– Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – 19%
– Pascal Gross (Brighton) – 13%
– Chris Smalling (Manchester United) – 12%
– Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 10%
– Jack Butland (Stoke City) – 9%