Liverpool’s love for Mohamed Salah has spread like wild fire so much to the point the ‘Egyptian King’ has now been serenaded by a local choir.
A local group were captured in Liverpool producing their own rendition of the chant that had echoed throughout Anfield less than 24 hours earlier as the Reds booked a place in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Salah’s remarkable first season on Merseyside has swiftly propelled him to fan favourite status and touted him as one of the club’s best acquisitions in the Premier League era.
All the reason to sing his name, no matter the context.
Salah has his own choir, Williamson Sq, Liverpool!
Get in Mo, lad! 🎵🎵🎵🎵 pic.twitter.com/UFDg3e8clc
— Big Uncle Knobhead. (@ianwilson69) March 7, 2018
The summer signing is currently the joint-top scorer in England’s top flight alongside Harry Kane this season, with the pair having notched 24 goals for their respective clubs.
In doing so, Salah has taken his tally in all competitions to 32 to become only the 13th player in Liverpool’s history to score 30 times in a single season.
That individual record has also seen him surpass Luis Suarez’s 31-goal 2013/2014 campaign to edge his name close to a place in the same conversation as the Uruguayan and Liverpool’s top modern-day forwards.
The level of the Reds’ performances in the post-Philippe Coutinho era serves as testament to the extent of Salah’s influence.
As excellent as Kevin De Bruyne has been for Manchester City, it’s difficult to look beyond the former Roma man as the leading candidate for Player of the Season.