Mohamed Salah has become the first Egyptian ever to win the English Premier League, which might be considered by some as the most competitive league in the world, as Liverpool F.C. secure the tournament title.\r\n\r\nRunners up Manchester City\u2019s loss against Chelsea F.C. on June 25 clinched the title for the Reds as the point difference (23 points) has become insurmountable for the league\u2019s remaining games.\r\n\r\nWith seven games left to play this season, the last time the Reds raised the Premier League trophy was in 1990. The players, only four of whom had been born last time Liverpool triumphed in the competition, will have to celebrate their victory away from home at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester in their upcoming game against last season\u2019s champions Manchester City on Thursday.\r\n\r\nAfter a 10-week long break due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Premier League returned behind closed doors and Liverpool drew against their Merseyside rivals Everton and won 4-0 against Crystal Palace with Salah scoring one goal and providing an assist to teammate Sadio Man\u00e9.\r\n\r\nSince finishing the league a single point behind Manchester City last season, as well as winning the world\u2019s most competitive international club championship, the UEFA Champions League, the side managed by J\u00fcrgen Klopp was expected by many to come out on top. With 17 goals and seven assists, the weight of Salah\u2019s contribution is acknowledged by all.