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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Mohamed Salah brilliant tweets apologising to little girl who beg him to get on the score sheet for her to go home for her assignment.

Mohamed Salah tweets brilliant apology to little girl after scoring spectacular last-minute winner for Egypt.
Liverpool forward replies to fan on Twitter after scoring in 3-2 African Cup of Nations qualifying victory over Tunisia.


By Theo Squires. echo


Mohamed Salah tweeted a brilliant apology to a young Egypt fan after scoring a spectacular last-minute winner for Egypt against Tunisia in the Pharaohs’ latest African Cup of Nations qualifier.


A little girl held aloft a self-made poster at the Borg El Arab Stadium saying: "Salah please score. I want to go home, I have homework."
Unfortunately for the girl in question, the Liverpool forward did not answer her request until the final minute of the game as he managed to continue his impressive form for both club and country.


Received the ball on the edge of the box, he played a one-two with Salah Mohsen, nutmegging a defender and dinking the ball Farouk Ben Mustapha for his 39th international goal to claim all a 3-2 win for Egypt.
And the Liverpool forward took to Twitter after the match to post a brilliant apology to the girl in question.


Salah tweeted: “I really tried to let you go home early, and sorry to have kept you here until the last minute. I hope your teacher tomorrow understands the situation.”
Unsurprisingly the tweet has gone down well with fans, with over 15,00 likes and 2,000 retweets in the first hour after he posted it.
From hugging fans on the pitch to handing over his shirt , the tweet is the latest example of why the Egyptian King is so popular amongst supporters.


Both Egypt and Tunisia have already qualified for next summer’s tournament in Cameroon, but that didn’t stop Javier Aguirre from starting Salah on Friday afternoon.
With eight goals in 17 appearances for Liverpool so far this season including five in six since the last international break, the forward has emphatically silenced outside concerns about a slow start to the campaign.


And after claiming all three points for Egypt, it would take a cold-hearted teacher to punish Salah’s young fan for not doing their homework following his intervention. #fran

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