Mohamed Salah scored a wonder goal against his former club Chelsea to give Liverpool a crucial 2-0 win at Anfield on Sunday. The Egyptian’s sensational left-footed strike was the second goal of the night for Liverpool, which gave his team some much-needed breathing against their London rivals. While Mohamed Salah’s goal was the talk of the town after the match, a video of Salah’s double making his way back home from Anfield on his bicycle in full Liverpool kit has since gone viral on social media.
In the video, Salah’s lookalike is spotted walking with his bicycle in tow by a passer-by.
The passer-by, who is in a car, captures the entire incident on his phone camera, is heard saying: “Yes Mo, what are you doing…” before breaking into the Salah song, “Mo Salah, Mo Salah, running down the wing”.
Here is a clip of the hilarious incident:
Mo Salah spotted making his way home from Anfield on his bicycle. So humble.pic.twitter.com/UQLQ0osmUh
— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) April 15, 2019
Mo Salah, cycling down the wing. Salah lalalala the Egyptian cycling king.
— Paul Tennant (@MrT1967) April 15, 2019
No shower after game and come back with Liverpool shirt?
— Bad_Gones82 (@Clment26755736) April 15, 2019
Did he directly go to McDonald’s after the Chelsea game.
— Nathan (@Its_NathanAaRon) April 15, 2019
100% not him though is it cos he loses his stride near the lamp post & doesn’t go over looking for a penalty
— Steve Long (@Longy_Steve) April 15, 2019
— paang (@mumtazzfarhan) April 15, 2019
Me watching this pic.twitter.com/TEL0GBJRN2
—be.live (@Koroti_) April 15, 2019
On Sunday, after downing Chelsea, manager Jurgen Klopp hailed “fantastic” Mohamed Salah as the key to Liverpool’s title dreams as they powered back to the top of the Premier League.
“It was a fantastic goal from Mo. I had the best view,” Klopp said after Salah’s first goal from outside the area in the league since January 2018.
“What a finish, what a shot. But the whole move around it. Wow, brilliant.
“I’m so proud of the team, it was a fantastic performance. I’m so thankful I can be a part of this. It’s overwhelming at times.”
There seems to be a growing feeling at Anfield that this will be the season Liverpool finally end their 29-year wait to be crowned kings of English football.