Check Out The Lovely Family Of Mohammed Salah

Mohammed Salah

Egyptian football has found a new messiah in the person of Mohammed Salah. The 28-year-old Muslim has made great impacts in his football life and has impacted the lives of others. Salah is married to Magi and has a daughter by name Makka.

Mohammed Salah Ghaly currently plies his trade with English champions, Liverpool. After rising from the youth side of Al Mokawloon, he has featured for the likes of FC Basel, Chelsea, Fiorentina, AS Roma, and currently in Liverpool.

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Salah's family with UCL trophy

His football is driven by his pace, finishing, and contributions to the field of play. Mo Salah has made a good name for himself as he has won several honors. Below are some of the great awards of the Egyptian champion.

Salah and daughter Makka

Some Records of Mohammed Salah

– 2012 CAF Most Promising Talent of the Year

– 2013 Swiss Super League Player of the Year

– 2013/2017/2018 Arab Footballer of the Year

– 2015-16 AS Roma Player of the Year

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– 2017/2018 BBC African Footballer of the Year

– 2017-18 FWA Footballer of the Year

– 2018 FIFA Puskas Award

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These are just a little of the great achievements Salas has achieved. After joining Liverpool, he has won the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup. His name has entered the history books of Liverpool as one of the key players who helped them to break their 30-year drought of Premier League trophy.

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Mohammed Salah has earned names like “The Pharaoh” and “Egyptian King” by his fans. He has featured for the Egyptian national team from the youth side. Playing 68 games for the Senior National Team of Egypt, he has scored 48 goals.


He made his senior national team debut in a 2:1 loss to Sierra Leone on September 3, 2020.