Many Arab fans waited to see the name Mohamed Salah The Liverpool star and scorer is on the list of nominees to repeat the award he won in 2018, but he was not present in the new list.
The list announced by FIFA included only 3 candidates, as Argentine Eric Lamela, Tottenham player, will compete with his goal against Arsenal, with Patrick Shaik, the Czech national team player, with his goal against Scotland, and Iranian Mehdi Tarmi, from Porto, with his goal in Chelsea.
The Egyptian Mohamed Salah scored more than one goal that could have been included in the list of “FIFA” for the “Best” award in 2021, and despite scoring his distinguished goals last year, they came outside the time frame of the award.
Salah scored a great goal against the net Manchester City In the English Premier League, in a match that ended in a draw (2-2) at Anfield.
Salah eluded Manchester City’s defense and penetrated into the penalty area to hit an unexpected ball with his right hand that passed into the net of Brazilian Ederson Moraes, to the astonishment of everyone at Anfield Road.
The other goal scored by Salah and nominated by some for the Puskas Award, came against Watford in Premier League Also, after dribbling the defense in a wonderful way in a way similar to what he did against Manchester City, but he chose a different ending by dribbling with his right and then shooting with his left.
The Liverpool star visited the City net on October 3, 2021, and 13 days later scored another goal against Watford in a wonderful aesthetic scene, but those goals did not meet the conditions of “FIFA” about the Puskas award.
The International Football Association, the International Football Association, set a time period between October 8, 2020 until August 7, 2021 for the goals to be selected from for the award for the most beautiful goal in the world, which makes Salah’s wonderful against City outside the time frame of the award, as well as his goal against Watford.
But Salah can still rise to the coronation stage at the annual “FIFA” ceremony to choose the best, because his goals against City and Watford can compete in the race for the “Puskas” award for the most beautiful goal in the world for 2022, in a ceremony to be held early next year.
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