Manchester City superstar Kevin De Bruyne believes he would be a worthy victor of this season's Player of Year award on the basis of his incredible consistency, but that comparisons between himself and the other leading contender Mohamed Salah are "impossible" to make.
Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah is capable of destroying any defence and deserves to win the season-ending player of the year award, team mate Virgil van Dijk has said. He said, "We are going to help him to score even more goals for us". The England global already has 24 this season with seven games still to play, but is five goals behind Liverpool's Mo Salah who netted his 29th goal of the season at he weekend against Crystal Palace. We want to give him more assists. We play at Anfield.
Mane, after contact from Andros Townsend, picked the ball up just outside his own area to take a freekick - only one hadn't been given. Having already been shown a yellow card early on for simulation in the Palace penalty box, many believed the Liverpool star should've seen red for a second bookable offence.
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"Honestly, I was thinking he was going to give a penalty".
"I could have been lucky but it's part of football".
Runaway league leaders City's attacking intent revolves around the De Bruyne-David Silva partnership in midfield providing the ammunition for a pacy forward line of Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane and either Gabriel Jesus or Sergio Aguero. "Maybe we can at least win the other one". It's a big step towards the top four.
And another club-record sale would have to happen for Salah to go.