Salah ends up at second spot in the latest Premier League Power Rankings

Mohamed Salah-Liverpool

Liverpool ace has slipped to second in the weekly Premier League power rankings

Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah has ended up second in the weekly Premier League power rankings following the 1-1 draw against West Brom.

While already topping the Premier League score charts with 13 goals, the Egyptian forward was off target in the weekend draw against Sam Allardyce’s side, with Sadio Mane scoring the only goal for the Reds.

Furthermore, Salah has been linked with an exit from Anfield of late, with Barcelona and Real Madrid turning out to be the clubs interested in signing him.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez is the winner of the weekly power rankings after securing a clean sheet in the 3-0 win over Crystal Palace. The former Arsenal star has been robust in the goal for the Villans this season as he has already four clean sheets under his belt. Villans striker Anwar El Ghazi follows Martinez in the third place after finding the score shot with a stunning strike. The Dutch striker has now scored four goals in the last four games including a brace against West Brom last week.

Premier League Power Rankings – Top 10

RankPlayer Club
1Emiliano MartinezAston Villa
2Mohamed SalahLiverpool
3Anwar El GhaziAston Villa
4Marcus RashfordManchester United
5Bertrand TraoreAston Villa
6Bruno Fernandes Manchester United
7Jack GrealishAston Villa
8Scott McTominayManchester United
9Tomas SoucekWest Ham United
10Yerry MinaEverton
Considering concerned Factors for past five PL games, with latest match assigned highest weightage

Highest Rank Player for Each Premier League Club

ArsenalBukayo Saka76
Aston VillaEmiliano Martinez1
BrightonLewis Dunk34
BurnleyNick Pope32
ChelseaTammy Abraham20
EvertonYerry Mina10
FulhamAlphonse Areola24
Leeds UnitedStuart Dallas12
Leicenter CityJames Maddison23
LiverpoolMohamed Salah2
Manchester CityEderson13
Manchester UnitedMarcus Rashford4
NewcastleCallum Wilson100
Crystal PalaceChristian Benteke108
SouthamptonKyle Walker-Peters35
Sheffield UnitedDavid McGoldrick50
Tottenham HotspurTanguy Ndombele41
West BromConor Gallagher125
West HamTomas Soucek9
WolvesRomain Saiss40