Mohammed Salah donated his shoes to a Syrian child        

MOHAMED SALAH has once again gone the extra mile to put a smile on a fan’s face with the gift of a signed boot to a young supporter injured in a bomb attack.Eight-year-old Hamis al Gacir lost a leg as the result of bombing for the Assad Regime Forces in Idlib, Syria. Fitted with a prosthetic leg, the youngster escaped to the nearby Turkish province of Hatay.

This week, Hamis received a thoughtful gift from Liverpool winger Salah in a heartfelt show of support during such a difficult time.The Egyptian ace sent over a signed boot attached to a framed poster featuring illustrations of the footballer.Crampons also came with the boot to help the youngster attach it to his prosthetic leg and kick a ball with his hero’s boot.Hamis gaves a thumbs-up while posing for photos with the gift while donning full Liverpool kit.

The 27-year-old has donated significant funds to build a hospital and school in his hometown of Nagrig.In March of 2018, he handed over £500,000 for medical equipment to treat child cancer at Cairo’s 57357 Hospital.More recently, Salah’s wife Magi gave birth to their second daughter – nine months after the 4-0 demolition of Barcelona – to join first daughter Makka.

In his second spell in England, Salah adapted his game from a natural winger to a forward, going on to break the Premier League scoring record for a 38-game season and subsequently receiving the Premier League Golden Boot after netting 32 goals in 36 league games. Salah’s performances earned him a number of individual accolades, including the PFA Players’ Player of the Year.

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