Two Reds nominated for BBC African player of the year

Moses nominated for BBC African footballer of the year

Two Reds nominated for BBC African player of the year

The Gabonese became the first African to top the Bundesliga scoring charts outright and only the fourth player in Bundesliga history to hit over 30 goals - a feat that helped him become the sole African on Fifa's Player of the Year shortlist.

Female footballer and Nigerian global Asisat Lamina Oshoala MON has queried the exclusion of female nominee as voting for the BBC's African Player of the Year prize opens.

Also nominated is Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who is making list for the fifth consecutive time.

Moses has thrived under Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, becoming a key figure at right wing-back for the Premier League title winners last season.

Victor Moses scored a total of four goals in 40 games played in all competitions for Chelsea in 2016-17 season.

Keita, who has agreed to join Liverpool at the end of this season for a club record fee, made the Bundesliga team of the year as his club were surprise qualifiers for the Champions League, and he has been a driving force for the Guinea national team. He also helped Nigeria qualify for Russian Federation 2018.

Similarly, Mohamed Salah helped push Egypt over the line in World Cup Qualifying while proving himself a rock star for the Reds.

The BBC will announce the award victor on December 11, 2017, after collating votes from fans around the world. So far the 25-year old has hit an impressive seven goals in 11 appearances.

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