Mohamed Salah had now had two incredible seasons for Liverpool since making the switch from Roma, and he’s capped it off with a Champions League winners’ medal.
He joined up with his Egypt team mates, and they celebrated their star man in a unique way – a cake was made which featured a cut out of the star, the Champions League trophy and a marzipan Premier League Golden Boot award.
The players all took turns taking a cut of the cake, which represented Salah’s various successes, and took photographs to remember the occasion.
The Egyptian king follows Gini Wijnaldum, Virgil van Dijk and Naby Keita in having their team mates give them warm welcomes after their successes.
The Dutch internationals and Baby Keith were greeted by their entire team who were buzzing – which is something the England players didn’t really show Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez.
Harry Kane was one of the first people to shake the Liverpool skipper’s hand, but there was no celebrations – possibly out of respect for the Spurs players, to be fair.