“The Sun” newspaper published a report on a human incident committed by Egyptian star Mohamed Salah while he was at a gas station, after his team beat Arsenal 3-1 in the English Premier League last week.
The newspaper indicated that Salah intervened when he noticed a group of boys harassing a homeless man, David Craig.
In a statement to the British newspaper, Craig stated that he was harassed and ridiculed by some of the boys, because he asked for help from them.
“Mo (Mohamed Salah) was absolutely amazing, just as he is with Liverpool on the field,” said 50-year-old Craig.
He continued, “He heard what a group of boys were saying to me, then he turned to them and said: Maybe you will be in his place within a few years.”
The man concluded: “Mo is a true hero in my eyes and I want to thank him.”
Craig confirmed that Salah gave him 100 pounds to help him, after he went to the ATM, saying: “Salah is a realistic hero in my eyes. I thank him for everything.”
The surveillance cameras at the petrol station captured the sweet gesture of “The Pharaoh”.
The report said Craig had been homeless for years and slept near a stadium
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