Salah's first season back in England has been nothing short of incredible with the forward scoring 31 goals in 34 Premier League games.
It also comes ahead of Wednesday's match between Liverpool and Roma in the second leg of the Champions League semifinals, with the English team leading 5-2 from the first leg. Salah scored two goals and assisted another two at Anfield.
Bahaa, the former Cairo University student is becoming a popular figure on social media due to his resemblance to Salah.
"I think Salah trains at 20% because he's scared of injuring himself".
Moreno, meanwhile, says his team has a lot of respect for Real Madrid, who eliminated Bayern Munich and are now just a win away from a third straight title in the competition having reached their fourth final in five years.
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In a series of weekend Twitter messages, Rudd said she was unaware of the memo but admitted she should have known of the targets. Mr Javid has also declared plans to put his "own stamp" on the Home Office.
'I still don't believe I'm going to play a Champions League final, ' he said.
Seriously, if you looked like an global star, wouldn't you pretend you were them at least a few times just to see what it's like?
"But when they eventually left the club, they only left with "he was a great player". His performances have drawn comparisons to the likes of Messi and Ronaldo, with most fans claiming he will become the outright victor of Ballon d'Or if Liverpool seals the Champions League title. I'm not happy with the situation but it was down to an injury and not a decision that he [Jurgen Klopp] made.
The Arabic hashtag "I support Mohammed Salah" was widely used online, with hundreds of thousands of fans declaring their unwavering support for the player against the federation.
And Klopp refused to take credit for the stunning campaign enjoyed by Salah, who did not make the grade during a previous Premier League spell at Chelsea. Every player wants to play.