CLASSY Mohamed Salah invited former Egypt team-mate Moamen Zakaria into the Liverpool dressing room to celebrate their FA Cup win over Chelsea.
Liverpoo’s epic dressing room celebrations where shared with former Egypt star Zakaria, who has motor neurone disease, after he was invited in by Salah.
The forward’s team-mates had earlier kept their cool and beat Chelsea 6-5 on penalties to secure their second domestic cup of the campaign.
The trophy win also keeps the Reds in the hunt for a historic quadruple, with the Premier League title and Champions League still to play for.
Salah and his Liverpool team-mates danced for joy as Zakaria held the famous FA Cup trophy inside the bowels of Wembley.
Zakaria was diagnosed with ASL in 2020.
The disease results in the progressive loss of motor neurons that control voluntary muscles.
One fan said on the wholesome moment on twitter: “Mo Salah and Liverpool celebrating their FA Cup win with Egyptian footballer Moamen Zakaria, who was diagnosed with ALS in 2020. The beautiful game.”
Another tweeted: “What Salah did with Moamen Zakaria shows you what football really is about.”
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp also issued an update on Salah’s fitness.
The Reds take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final two weeks from Saturday.
Klopp said: “Mo came and he said he could carry on, but felt a little thing.
“I hope he will be fine.”
Salah was later asked by reporters if he would be fit for the final and replied: “Of course.”