ItSoccer more than anything else on this earth brings people from all different dispensations together all in search for that elusive victory,but the players who are the soldiers who fight on the soccer field.
Individuals stand out last night was a true testament of those achievements as players who stood out we're duly rewarded,one being Egyptian Mo Salah.The iconic player didn't win the big prize but his light this season has shone brighter than most.
This season he became the second player after Didier Drogba to reach a milestone of a century goals in the English premier league,and being Liverpool,s top scorer for the past five seasons.
His solo goal against Watford is what makes legends and also him surpassing the great Steven Gerrard as his team,s top goalscorer in the champions league.If his form doesn't change or injuries don't bother him next year we might see a second African player winning the balon dor.
George Weah,s win in 1995 might be finally emulated by this Egyptian soccer demigod.
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