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Mohamed Salah: Egypt's Modest And Hard-Working Superstar

Mohamed Salh was bought for £34.3 million by Jurgen Klopp and he has been a huge bargain for Liverpool with his brilliant, entertaining performances. But he is a very modest and hard-working person who is a hero in his home country of Egypt.

Mohamed Salah: Egypt's Modest And Hard-Working Superstar
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