- Englishman Raheem Sterling has explained that his daughter Melody is a fan of Liverpool
- He stated clearly that the six-year-old is supporting Liverpool because of Mohamed Salah
- Salah was superb last season for Liverpool as he helped them to reach Champions League final
Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling has made it clear that his six-year-old daughter Melody is a Liverpool fans and supports Egypt international Mohamed Salah.
Raheem Sterling is currently in Russia with England team who are campaigning in the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but that hasn’t stopped him from opening up about life back home.
Last season, Raheem Sterling won the Premier League title with Manchester City, but his daughter has no love for the club her dad's currently plays for.
According to the report by Players Tribune, Raheem Sterling explained that her daughter is a Liverpool fan and always sings about Mohamed Salah.
“My daughter is a bit cheeky. My mum warned me this was gonna happen.
“Around six years old they start developing a little attitude, you know? So the other day, my daughter’s running round the house singing a little song.
“And her dad had just won the league with City. Just got 100 points in the league, actually. Does she care?
“Haaaaa! Mate, she don’t give two Scooby-Doos about Manchester City. She’s Liverpool through and through.
So she’s running through the halls — and I swear to God she runs exactly like her dad. Chest puffed way out, back arched, hand flapping about a bit.
“She’s running through the halls like Raheem Sterling, and you know what she’s singing?
“She sings ‘Mo Salah! Mo Salah! Mo Salah! Running down the wing! Salahhhhh la la la la la la la! Egyptian king!’ Can you believe that? Cold-blooded, mate,'' Sterling explained.
Meanwhile, Mohamed Salah was unable to help his country at the 2018 World Cup as they have been sent out of the competition after losing their first two games in Russia.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Russia who are the host of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualified for the round of 16 of the championship after beating the Pharaohs of Egypt 3-1 in their second Group A game.
Egypt welcomed Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah to their squad after missing the first game against Uruguay, but he could not save his country from an embarrassing defeat against Russia.
Mohamed Salah scored Egypt's only goal in their 3-1 loss against Russia at the 2018 World Cup.
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