- Mohamed Salah finished seventh on the Ballon d'Or 2021 list which was won by Paris Saint-Germain star Lionel Messi
- The former Chelsea striker has however refused to comment on the latest development after his side's win over Everton
- Mohamed Salah has been impressive this season for Liverpool in the Premier League as the Reds occupy third on the table
Mohamed Salah has refused to comment on him finishing as seventh-best in the 2021 Ballon d'Or which was won by Paris Saint-Germain forward Lionel Messi.
Football fraternities around the world are still expressing their reactions to Lionel Messi beating Robert Lewandowski to win the 2021 Ballon d'Or with many saying the Bayern Munich star deserved it.
Lionel Messi in the year 2021 helped Argentina to win the Copa America thereby lifting his first-ever international title with the national team.
Organizers of the Ballon d'Or explained clearly that the Argentina international had the highest number of votes and was announced the winner.
How many Ballon d'Or has Lionel Messi won now?
Lionel Messi has now won seven Ballon Ballon d'Or and Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player close to the Argentine as the Manchester United forward has 5.
Mohamed Salah's reaction
''I have no comment.''
In the Premier League game against Everton, Mohamed Salah scored a brace for Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp and his men recorded a perfect 4-1 win.
Meanwhile, Mohamed Salah and his teammates at Liverpool are currently occupying third position on the Premier League table after 14 games.
Mohamed Salah names the Man who Is to be blamed for his exit at Chelsea
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Mohamed Salah explained the rationale behind his departure at Premier League giants Chelsea in 2016 claiming that Jose Mourinho's interference forced him to walk away.
The Egypt international moved to Stamford Bridge from Basel in 2014 and there were high expectations from him by fans to shine in the Premier League.
However, Mohamed Salah failed to find his rhythm at Chelsea and was only to play 19 games for the Blues in all competitions before being loaned out to Fiorentina.
At Italian side Fiorentina, Mohamed Salah only played 16 games netting six goals before being sold by Chelsea to Roma.
Source: Sports Brief News