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Sport Mohamed Salah caught up in racism storm

13:27  13 march  2018
13:27  13 march  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Klopp tips Salah to beat De Bruyne for individual awards

  Klopp tips Salah to beat De Bruyne for individual awards Mohamed Salah scored again for Liverpool on Saturday, and Jurgen Klopp expects him to challenge for individual honours at the season's end.Jurgen Klopp sees no reason why Mohamed Salah cannot beat Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne to the end-of-season awards after another fine performance in Liverpool's 2-0 win over Newcastle United.

Mohamed Salah caught up in racism storm .

Mohamed Salah thanks to Allah for every goal he scores for Liverpool. Before hatred of Islam became an obsession among high-profile rabble-rousers and their followers, it was black players who had to put up with racism .

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An Egyptian columnist is facing criticism after saying that Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah looks like a terrorist.

In an article published by the Egyptian state-run newspaper Al-Ahram, columnist Salah Montaser said Liverpool’s top scorer should shave his beard as it “puts him in one basket with extremists…. and terrorists.”

The column has been widely criticised on social media, with plenty of people coming to Salah’s defence, arguing that growing any type of facial hair is a personal choice and that people should never be judged solely on their appearance.

Salah has been a revelation since he returned to the Premier League with Liverpool, having scored 24 league goals this campaign, a total which leaves his joint-top of the list of top scorers with the now injured Harry Kane.

Salah, beard and all, will be hoping to claim the Golden Boot and with just eight league games remaining, he’ll have his sights set on finding the back of the net against Watford.

Wright: Salah 'going to court attention' from the likes of Real Madrid .
The Egyptian, who has scored 36 goals in all competitions for the Reds, could be tempted by Europe's heavy hitters, according to the former strikerIan Wright believes it will be difficult for Mohamed Salah to turn down Real Madrid as he continues to star for Liverpool.

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