Rabat - For three years in a row, the Premier League’s Player of the Year Award has gone to Muslim footballers—Leicester City’s Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez in 2016, Chelsea’s French defensive midfielder N'Golo Kanté in 2017, and Liverpool’s Egyptian star Mohamed Salah this year. The most sensational of the three, however, is clearly Salah, whose assists and phenomenal goal count led Liverpool to the Champions League final as well as a sought-after third place in the Premier League.

Politicizing Mo Salah