Liverpool's Mohamed Salah has picked up the Premier League's Player of the Month award for November, becoming the first Egyptian to do so.
The newly crowned African Footballer of the Year has been in stellar form ever since joining the Reds from Roma in the summer, hitting 13 goals to lead the race for the Golden Boot.First Egyptian to win an @easportsfifa #PL Player of the Month award... congratulations @mosalah22 👏
Seven of those strikes came in four games in November, with Salah hitting braces in the wins over West Ham, Southampton and Stoke, as well as scoring in the 1-1 draw at home to former club Chelsea.
He has scored 20 goals in all competitions for Liverpool this season, his first at Anfield following his £39million summer transfer from Roma.
Pep Guardiola was also awarded Premier LeagueManager of the Month for the third consecutive month after his Manchester City side won all four of their matches in November.
Guardiola's men recorded wins over Arsenal, Leicester, Huddersfield and Southampton last month as they continued their outstanding start to the season.
The City boss also scooped the gong in September and October, as his side embarked on their record-breaking run of 15 successive league wins
Rooney won the Premier League goal of the month trophy for his wonderful strike for Everton against West Ham.
The former England captain finished November in stunning style, scoring a hat-trick against West Ham at Goodison Park that was capped off by a wonder strike from his own half.