Classy Mohamed Salah Plays With Disabled Fan Ahead Of Liverpool's Super Cup Clash With Chelsea

Mohamed Salah oozed pure class as he created some incredible memories for a disabled child ahead of Liverpool's Super Cup clash with Chelsea.

The Reds' Twitter account uploaded a video of the Egyptian superstar, 27, sharing the pitch with two children from the UEFA Foundation.

Salah played a couple of one-twos with one of the kids before accidentally kicking the ball out of his reach.

And another child couldn't resist the opportunity to play with the Liverpool winger and ended up getting involved in the action.

Liverpool have also uploaded footage of other Reds stars playing with the kids, while Jurgen Klopp even took part in a couple of one-twos with one child.

This year's Super Cup will be the first all-English showdown in history after Liverpool won the Champions League and Chelsea secured the Europa League title.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has demanded his side bounce back in the Super Cup clash after their 4-0 thumping at the hands of Manchester United on the weekend.

"We need to be absolutely ready," the Blues legend said in his pre-match press conference.

"It's a cup that the club desperately wants to win. I've never won it, a lot of players in there have never won it, so we have to give it everything.

"Going up against the team with the quality of Liverpool in a final is as tense as finals can be.

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"You can lose finals; they're very tough. But what you cannot do is lose it on the premise that we weren't prepared, or we didn't have that hunger or desire or everything you need to try and win a game of this magnitude.

"It's going to be one of my first competitive games as manager of this club.

"Every player in there needs to be aware of the importance of the game to this club and we have to give everything, because it's going to be tough.

"It's going to be tough, but we cannot walk off the pitch and think, 'Oh, we could've done that' or 'We missed that opportunity' or 'We weren't quite ready' or make any excuses for ourselves."

Klopp also said that his side must remain "greedy" if they want to capture the Super Cup.

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The Liverpool boss continued: "That's very important -- I have no doubt about that, but it's clear that we have to do that.

"After the [Champions League] final we had about four weeks where everybody was [patting us on the back] and it was brilliant wherever we went."

Liverpool will take on Chelsea at the Vodafone Park in Istanbul tomorrow.

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