With his assist for Divock Origi’s (£4.8m) winner in the fourth minute of stoppage time, in the 1-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Salah extended his remarkable run of producing a goal or assist in every away match this season.
In total, the Egyptian has been captained 48,859,029 times in 2021/22, more than in any previous campaign.
GW15 most-captained players
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Cristiano Ronaldo (£12.3m) and Bruno Fernandes (£11.6m) completed the top three for the sixth successive Gameweek.
Fernandes has fashioned 42 goalscoring opportunities, the most of any player, while Ronaldo ranks first for shots in the box among forwards since his return to the Premier League.
GW15 most-captained by top 100
Salah was the overwhelming favourite among the leading 100 FPL managers, with 98 handing him the captain’s armband.
Tottenham Hotspur host Norwich City on Sunday, with Son boasting an excellent record against promoted sides. In 24 appearances, excluding cameos, the South Korean has returned 178 points courtesy of 15 goals, nine assists and 19 bonus points.
GW15 most transferred-in players
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With 47 points over his previous five appearances, Emmanuel Dennis (£5.sm) had become the best-value player in Fantasy, returning 13.3 points per million spent.
It was a similar story for Diogo Jota (£7.9m). After being the No 1 transfer for Gameweek 14, the Portguese’s ownership continued to swell with another 459,000+ acquiring the Liverpool midfielder. However, he too returned just three points after passing up two gilt-edged chances to score against his former club.
Three goals in four matches led to over 401,000 managers bringing in Bernardo Silva (£7.5m), and they were far from disappointed by the City midfielder’s display.
Bernardo scored twice against Watford to take his tally to five goals in as many Gameweeks, and maximum bonus points earned him an impressive 15 points.
GW15 most transferred-out players
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More than 461,000 people were left ruing their decision to sell Michail Antonio (£7.9m) as the West Ham United forward produced his first attacking return in seven appearances with an assist in the 3-2 win over Chelsea.
A difficult run of fixtures also prompted over 331,000 to part company with Raul Jimenez (£7.7m). After Liverpool, where the Mexican blanked, Wolves face Man City and Chelsea in their next three matches.
Finally, back-to-back blanks led to Conor Gallagher (£6.2m) being shipped out by 319,000+ managers.