Top scorer for the Liverpool team and the Egyptian team, Mohamed Salah, surprised his fans with a live broadcast and a remote meeting with a group of Egyptian children, in which he spoke about his footballing career since he started with the Arab Contractors Club until his arrival to Liverpool, and appeared during the live broadcast of “Mecca”, the daughter of Mohamed Salah and there were some interventions between them Funny side.

And Mohamed Salah had appeared a lot during the recent period in the home stone and revealed during this appearance the customs of Ramadan with him, in addition to carrying out Egyptian advertisements and following the series, and concluded this with training on a bicycle outside the house.

Mohamed Salah revealed during a live broadcast organized by Vodafone Telecom in Egypt with a group of children playing soccer under 11 years of the most difficult game he played in his football career and said: "The most difficult game I played in my life was against the Congo in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, the difficulty of the match was Because of the necessity of winning to qualify for the World Cup after the absence of Egypt for him for 28 years and in the presence of more than 70 thousand fans. "

The Egyptian star Mohamed Salah is at the top of Liverpool's scorers list for the third year in a row, since he joined the team from Rome, Italy, until he became one of the best five players in the world after his great shine with his team. On the secret of his celebration of his goal in the Champions League final, Mohamed Salah said: "My daughter Makkah asked me to celebrate this way if I scored a goal in the match."

During the meeting, "Makkah" grabbed attention with spontaneous situations during her presence with her father, and from her, once the group conversation started, "Makkah" greeted everyone in English, saying "Hello", to her father commenting on her talk gently, repeating the greeting again in a similar way to her.

Mecca also answered the first question of Muhammad Salah, as once one of the children was asked the first question of “Mo Salah”, about the love of “Mecca”, to play football like him, she hurriedly answered in the Arabic language asserting, “Uh,” as the Egyptian star Muhammad Salah joked. His daughter said, "I don't know my worth, by God."

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