Mo Salah wins TikTok award at Dubai Globe Soccer ceremony with Ramos and Ibrahimovic also picking up gongs

MO SALAH has added another piece of silverware to his stacked trophy cabinet… a TIKTOK award.

The Liverpool star was crowned TikTok Fans’ Player of the Year at yesterday’s Dubai Globe Soccer ceremony.

AFPMo Salah has been named TikTok Fans’ Player of the Year at the Dubai Globe Soccer ceremony[/caption]

AFPZlatan Ibrahimovic received an award for his outstanding contribution to football[/caption]

Salah won the award ahead of other superstars as an incredible 33MILLION votes were cast across 225 countries.

And it was certainly well deserved, with the Egypt star scoring 14 goals this term in addition to the 31 he netted last season.

There were plenty of other big winners on the night too, with Real Madrid star Karim Benzema and Barcelona’s Alexia Putellas winning the Best Player awards.

Real were also crowned Best Men’s Club, with Lyon named Best Women’s Club and Benfica receiving the Best Youth Team trophy.

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Elsewhere, Sergio Ramos was crowned Best Defender of All Time.

And there were scoops for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney and Romario as they were presented with Player Career Awards for their outstanding contribution to football.

Meanwhile, Napoli’s Victor Osimhen was named Power Horse Emerging Player of the Year.

And Chelsea legend Didier Drogba won the CNN Off the Pitch Award for his Foundation’s charitable work.


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AFPSergio Ramos was named Best Defender of All Time[/caption]

AFPWayne Rooney was another recipient of a Legend award[/caption]

Brazil icon Romario was honoured at the glitzy ceremonyGetty

New Aston Villa boss Unai Emery was given the Coach Career Award, while Real’s Carlo Ancelotti was named Best Coach.

Real also won Best President, Best Executive and Best Scout.

While AC Milan landed Best Sporting Director and the Executive Career Award.

There was a nod too for Jorge Mendes, who won Best Agent of the year.

And Rafaela Pimenta landed Best Transfer Deal of the Year for Erling Haaland’s £51million move to Manchester City.

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