Salah’s response to young Liverpool fan ahead of Palace game goes viral

Salah’s response to young Liverpool fan ahead of Palace game goes viral

- Mohamed Salah left a young Liverpool fans delighted after waving at him in the tunnel

- As Salah and teammates left the dressing room, the boy started to chant the Egyptian's song

- During the game Salah netted twice to help Liverpool beat Crystal Palace 4-3

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah netted against Crystal Palace on Saturday as the home side claimed a thrilling 4-3 win during the EPL clash.

Salah netted his first to draw the Reds level before adding his second after Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni’s blunder.

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However, before the commencement of the game, Salah was caught on camera waving at a small boy.

As soon as Salah emerged from Liverpool’s dressing room, the young fan chanted the Pharaoh’s star song to the amazement of the Reds forward.

Salah responded with a wave as he made his way to the pitch with his teammates.

Brazilian shot-stopper Alisson who observed everything that transpired also applauded the young boy on the head.

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Interestingly, the video clip which was produced by Liverpool on YouTube, is currently attracting a lot of views and reactions on social media channels.

The little child mascot singing the Salah song to Salah in the tunnel. This is so sweet,” a fan, @UsmanA tweeted.

“This is exactly what football was meant to bring: good examples and happiness to everybody, mainly children,” @gate_shankley suggested, while another Reds fan, @_AnfieldBound, penned: “Absolutely delightful. Best 8 seconds to start any day.”

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However, another Kop fan opted for an emotional GIF to applaud the goalkeeper: “When Alisson notices and taps his head,” the message read in part.

Earlier, reported that Premier League leaders Liverpool came back from a goal down to beat Crystal Palace 4-3 in tough Premier League tie on Saturday, January 19.

Egypt international Mohamed Salah was in the best form of his life as he scored a brace for Liverpool as the Reds remain on top of the Premier League standings with 60 points after 23 games.

Andros Townsend opened the scoring for the visitors in the 34th minute when Wilfried Zaha dribbled James Milner and pulled the ball into the penalty area for Andros to score. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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