Mohamed Salah recently stood up for a homeless man in Liverpool. English media got wind of that. The Egyptian star of Liverpool saw after the game against Arsenal (3-1 win) at a petrol stadium near the stadium that the man was harassed and intervened.
“He heard what a group of guys said to me, then turned to them and said, ‘That could be you in a few years’,” homeless David Craig told British media.
Later, Salah returned to put a £100 note in his hands. “All I remember was that I didn’t hallucinate when Mo handed me the money,” Craig continues. “What a legend. He’s just as great in real life as on the field.”
Last summer, Salah also showed his best side at a gas station. In Sainsbury, he would have paid the gasoline for everyone present.