Liverpool's Mohammed Salah won two new awards after the end of the English Premier League season.
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Salah won more than a record of nine goals, the same as Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette, beating Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero and five-time Leicester striker Jaime Farde.
He also won a joint prize for the duo, creating a chance for each other, with his teammate Sadio Mani (37 real chances), better than Bianmuth 31
Salah was no more than sprinting at 667 times, 749 for Shelter, and 676 times for Andy Robertson.
The African trio of Salah and Mani of Liverpool and Pierre Emeric Obamyang of Arsenal shared the Golden Boot award for the English Premier League after scoring 22 goals each.
It was the third time that three players were at the top of the tournament's top scorers when Michael Owen, Chris Sutton and Deion Dublin scored 18 goals in the 1997/98 season. The following season, Owen himself, Dwight Yorke and Jimmy Floyd Hasselibank equalized.
Salah won the Golden Boot with his second consecutive win, after winning the award last season with 32 goals. While the Golden Boot is the first for Mani and Obamyang in the English Premier League.
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