Mohamed Salah dominates the 2017/18 EA SPORTS Fantasy Premier League Half-Time awards after a stellar opening half to the season.
The Liverpool forward claims three of the five awards, with Manchester City’s Leroy Sane, and Lukasz Fabianski, the Swansea City goalkeeper, the other winners.
Highest FPL points scorer
Mohamed Salah (145 points)
Salah hit the ground running for Liverpool after joining in the summer, surging to a peerless 145 points from 19 Gameweeks that included 15 goals, five assists and 15 bonus points.
Mohamed Salah (57.9%)
FPL’s most popular player, Salah’s ownership continued to grow throughout the first half of the campaign, peaking at 57.9% at the midway point.
Best Under-21 player
Leroy Sane (98 points)
Sane’s speed and skill helped Man City establish a 13-point lead at the top of the table. Six goals, eight assists and six double-digit FPL returns helped the player, who turned 22 this month, claim the mid-season award.
Most saves by a goalkeeper
Lukasz Fabianski (76 saves)
The Swansea goalkeeper’s shot-stopping exploits helped to produce six clean sheets, 76 points and seven bonus points.
Biggest price increase
Mohamed Salah (+£1.0m)
Starting the season at £9.0m, Salah’s popularity made his price surge to £10.0m by Gameweek 19.
One man dominates the @OfficialFPL Half Time Awards 🏆
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) January 23, 2018