Mohamed Salah tops the list of the best Arab players in the Big Five
Mohamed Salah tops the list of the best Arab players in the Big Five and the absence of Mahrez
A numerical statistic for the global “SofaScore” website, which specializes in football statistics and figures, revealed the best Arab players in the five major leagues.
And this is after a third of the tournament matches passed before the current international break, which saw the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah lead the list with a rating higher than all of his competitors from the professionals participating with their clubs during the current season.
The list of the best 4 Arab players witnessed a surprise of high caliber after the absence of the Algerian star Riyad Mahrez, the Manchester City winger.
Mohamed Salah topped the list with a score of 7.87 after the pharaoh was able to express himself and lead the ranking of the best scorers in the English Premier League.
And the most scoring contribution in the five major leagues by 17 times, including 10 goals in the English Premier League and 7 assists.
Andy Delors, a player for the French club Nice, came in second this season, with a rating of 7.67.
According to statistical evaluations, the best 4 Arab players in the five major leagues came.
– Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): 7.87 degrees
Algerian Andy Delors (Nice): 7.67 degrees
Tunisian Elias Skhiri (Cologne): 7.53 degrees
Moroccan Yassine Bounou (Seville): 7.21 degrees