Connect with us

Beyond Borders

Elmohamady, Sam Morsy and Ahmed Hegazi omitted from PFA TOTY

Photo: James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images

Egypt internationals , and were excluded from the ’s Team of the Year.

All three players have been having significantly different seasons. Aston Villa’s Ahmed Elmohamady made 37 appearances this season, scoring twice and providing seven assists. He also played a major role in putting them in a play-offs position.

READ: Elmohamady’s Aston Villa secure 10th win in a row, break club record

As for Ahmed Hegazi, he has been a crucial player for the Baggies this season. Despite his constant injuries, he appeared 39 times for West Brom, managing to score once and provide two assists in the process. They currently sit fourth with 77 points, just two above Aston Villa.

READ: Shan I don’t understand Hegazi’s injury, been explained to me 100,o00 times

Photo: Andrew Kearns – CameraSport via Getty Images

On the other hand, Wigan Athletic skipper Sam Morsy helped them get away from the relegation zone. They have been going through a good run of form lately, beating the likes of Leeds United along the way. They currently sit 18th eight points away from the relegation zone with just two games to go.

Despite their decent performances the likes of Ahmed Hegazi and Ahmed Elmohamady didn’t make the PFA’s Championship Team of the Year.

The team included Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham, as well as Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish. Leeds’ Pablo Hernandez also made his way into the team, along with Irish international goalkeeper Darren Randolph.

Full Team:

Goalkeeper: Darren Randolph (Middlesborough).

Defenders: Max Aarons (Norwich City), Liam Cooper (Leeds United), Pontus Jansson (Leeds United), Jamal Lewis (Norwich City).

Midfielders: Pablo Hernandez (Leeds United), Oliver Norwood (Sheffield United), Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)

Forwards: Billy Sharp (Sheffield United), Tammy Abraham (Aston Villa), Teemu Pukki (Norwich City).

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.



More in Beyond Borders