Meet Mohamed Salah's lookalike Ahmed Bahaa who currently lives in Egypt

Meet Mohamed Salah's lookalike Ahmed Bahaa who currently lives in Egypt

- Ahmed Bahaa is a graduate from the University of Cairo and he currently lives in Egypt

- He is the lookalike of Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah

- The 25-year-old superstar has scored 43 goals in all competitions for the Reds this season

Mohamed Salah’s lookalike Ahmed Bahaa has reportedly been sighted in Giza, Egypt.

Bahaa is an engineer, who currently lives Giza with almost exact facial description as the Liverpool forward.

The 25-year-old has been impressive for the Reds this season – scoring 31 goals in 34 matches in the Premier League this season.

He was recently crowned the PFA Player of the Year, beating Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne to the award following a superb season at Anfield.

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The Egyptian forward has helped his side reach the Champions League final for the first time in 11 years, following their 7-6 aggregate victory over his former club Roma.

Meanwhile, Bahaa might be enjoying some privileges with his lookalike doing great things and gathering fame of his own!

Who can forget the Jamie Vardy lookalike who was everywhere when Leicester won the Premier League back in 2016?

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Bahaa, the former Cairo University student is becoming a popular figure on social media due to his resemblance to Salah.

Both of them are said to have met while the superstar was still at Roma, and posed for a picture with him, and resemblance is said to be so strong that it is genuinely hard to tell which is which.

With Salah ready to shine in Kiev later this month when the Reds take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final, and representing Egypt in the World Cup in June - we will surely be seeing plenty more of this incredible lookalike in the coming weeks!

The former Chelsea forward failed to score in his side’s 4-2 defeat to Roma on Wednesday, but the Premier League campaigners still managed to progress 7-6 on aggregate.

Having won the first leg by 5-2, the Reds will hope to get to the final of the competition and possible win the title for the first time since 2005.

The Reds remain third on the EPL log despite their barren draw in their last league game over the weekend, and they have just two games to the end of the season.

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