Mo Salah Turns Up At Petrol Station And Pays For Everyone's Petrol
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Mo Salah enhanced his reputation as one of the nicest footballers around as he turned up at a petrol station on Wednesday and paid for everyone's petrol.
The Egyptian forward has wowed fans in the Premier League since returning to England in 2017, scoring 91 goals in 144 games for Liverpool and twice winning the league's Golden Boot award.
Off the pitch the former Chelsea man has received plenty of plaudits from fans and once again he's being praised. On Wednesday he was pictured in a Sainsbury's petrol station in full training gear and it's believed he paid for everyone's petrol.
Yesterday Mo Salah arrived at a Sainsbury's petrol station and paid for everybody's fuel.- LFCVine (@LFCVine) June 11, 2020
It's the little things that make a difference :raised_hands: pic.twitter.com/rDWZl7GFhy
Mate from work sent us this, salah just paid for everyone's petrol, sound that pic.twitter.com/4QiBSo8lQ0- Cameron Ford (@cameronKFord) June 10, 2020
Yes another one said that two- Nada Elmasry (@nadanaguib24) June 10, 2020
Humble Man , I really love him ,, he is a great player, and good guy :heart::crown: pic.twitter.com/06akRe8iPb
Fans were quick to praise the 27-year-old with one saying, "How can I love him more, so humble," another added, "Love the Egyptian king."
Some were devastated that they hadn't bumped into their hero, with one saying, "Nooo this is where I go I missed him ffs," and another on Twitter wishing they'd gone to get petrol another day, "Can't believe that I was there today, gutted I didn't get my diesel paid for."
With everything going on at the moment another fan was quite worried about the forward's health, jokingly saying, "If anyone coughs in a 10 metre radius of him I'll clobber them."
Salah, and his teammates, might be just 10 days away from capturing the Reds' first title for 30 years, and could do it against local rivals Everton.
For that to happen Manchester City would need to lose to Arsenal at home next Wednesday and then the following Sunday Jurgen Klopp's side face the Toffees at Goodison Park.
Even if City do win their return game, the Reds only need six more points to be named champions, they need little more fuel to their aspirations.