Books – Omar Qura:
At the end of each season, the Premier League presents three Gold Awards; The Golden Boot for the best scorer, the Golden Glove for the best goalkeeper, and the best playmaker who has assisted the most goals.
The Egyptian international, Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, is competing for two awards in the last round, when all matches are held at the same time at five o’clock in the evening, as he leads the scorers and goal makers rankings.
An exciting struggle at the top scorer in the English Premier League between Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah and South Korean Son Heung-min, Tottenham’s star, as the Egyptian star leads the race with a single goal difference.
Salah, twice winner of the award, is currently the top scorer in the Premier League with 22 goals, and is seeking to crown the award for the third time in a row, but there are doubts about his absence, which may weaken his chances of winning.
On the other hand, Son raised his score with 21 goals to tighten the screws on Salah after scoring 10 goals in his last nine matches with Tottenham, who will play today against Norwich City.
Salah, who missed Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Southampton last Tuesday due to injury, hopes to be fit to participate in the last league match against Wolverhampton.
If Salah wins, he will become only the fourth player to win the Golden Boot for the third time, after Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry and Harry Kane.
The struggle for the Golden Glove is heating up, with two Brazilian goalkeepers sharing the lead.
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker and Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson have kept 20 clean sheets in their matches.
The Brazilian duo has the advantage of playing at home in the round, as Alisson faces Wolverhampton, while Ederson meets Aston Villa.
Ederson could become the third goalkeeper to win the Golden Glove in three consecutive seasons, after Pepe Reina with Liverpool and Joe Hart with Manchester City.
Alisson kept 21 clean sheets in the 2018/2019 season when he got the first and only Golden Glove in his history.
Best play maker
Mohamed Salah seeks in the last round of the Premier League to win another award, which is the best playmaker for the first time in his career in the English Premier League.
Salah outperforms his competitors after he provided 13 assists, surpassing his colleague Trent Alexander-Arnold, right-back of Liverpool, who made 12 goals, followed by Jarrod Bowen, Mason Mount and Andrew Robertson (10 assists).
The Egyptian star hopes to repeat Harry Kane’s double achievement with Tottenham last season by winning both the Golden Boot and the best playmaker in the same season.
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