ESPN: Mohamed Salah is the fourth best striker in the world
ESPN: Mohamed Salah is the fourth best striker in the world, and Messi is in the lead
The Egyptian international, Mohamed Salah, was ranked fourth among the best players in the world in the offensive position presented by the American network “ESPN”.
Which included a large number of world stars, led by Lionel Messi, who was recently crowned with the Golden Ball, Robert Lewandowski, the best player in the world from FIFA, and others in the list of the 100 best players that was announced recently.
And the famous sports network chose Mohamed Salah in the front position for players whose instructions are difficult to know, whether they are attacking midfielders, wingers or outright strikers.
The list of the 100 best players in the world witnessed the presence of 12 stars from the Manchester City and Chelsea teams for each club.
9 from Paris Saint-Germain, 8 from Bayern Munich, 7 from Liverpool and Real Madrid, 5 from Barcelona, 5 equally with Manchester United, and 4 from Atletico Madrid.
The English Premier League is represented by 41 players, followed by the Spanish 21, the Italian 14 stars, and the German 10 equally with the French.
The global network revealed that 77 experts from all over the world participated in the selection during the international agenda for the month of October, when 300 candidates were selected.
The list of the top 10 players in the front position is as follows:
Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain).
Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United).
Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain).
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool).
Neymar da Silva (Paris Saint-Germain).
Song Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur).
Memphis Depay (Barcelona).
Kai Havertz (Chelsea).
Dusan Tadic (Ajax).
Gerard Mourinho (Villarreal).