Salah, 28, played the full 90 minutes of his country’s Pharoah’s African Cup of Nations group stage qualifier, which they drew 1-1 with Kenya.
After the match, the Premier League’s joint-top goalscorer was filmed inside the opposition dressing room, congratulating the players for their performances while also wishing them good luck after failing to reach the tournament finals.
Salah then gave a speech which was later applauded by the players, as well as Kenya Football Federation president, Nick Mwendwa. The Liverpool forward later presented his shirt to midfielder Kenneth Muguna.
The result was enough to mathematically confirm Egypt’s place in next year’s tournament, which has been scheduled to take place in January 2022. Egypt await their final qualification match against Comoros on Monday to decide who finishes as winners of Group G.
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The AFCON finals were initially scheduled to take place this summer in Cameroon. This could see Jurgen Klopp without the likes of Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita for up to six weeks next season.
Lets see what the Anfield faithful have had to say in regards to the latest footage of Liverpool’s Egyptian king…