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Liverpool's 'Egyptian King' Mohamed Salah deservedly picked up the PFA Player of the Year award on Sunday evening after a truly memorable season under Jurgen Klopp.
The fact that the 25-year-old has bagged 41 goals in all competitions this campaign, and there's still potentially more than five fixtures remaining, is testament to his stunning form of late.
Salah's name is on everybody's lips right now, including his proud teammates who apparently chant the famous 'Egyptian King' song in the Anfield dressing room.
In an interview with CNN, Salah sat in a car with reporter Becky Anderson when she played the 'Egyptian King' song over the music system.
He proceeded to speak about his feelings towards the catchy tune and later described how his teammates began to sing the chant during the season.
It's not very often you watch a player singing his own song, but witnessing how much joy these lyrics bring to the former Chelsea and Roma winger is superb:
In the interview, Salah says: "The players also sing it in the dressing room. It's a very nice song. Some players sing it."
One of those players who might chant his name is Jordan Henderson, who accompanied the Liverpool forward to the PFA Player of the Year awards on Sunday evening for a great reason.
According to James Carroll, editor for the official Liverpool FC website, Salah asked for his captain, Jordan Henderson, to be in attendance because he wanted to have Liverpool as a team represented at the event to share the honour with them.
Jordan Henderson attended last night's PFA Awards at the request of Mohamed Salah, who wanted to have #LFC as a team represented at the event to share the honour with them.- James Carroll (@James_Carroll84) April 23, 2018
Jürgen Klopp agreed to the request and as captain, Henderson went down on behalf on the team. pic.twitter.com/ebGpL6Q8e5
A very classy gesture from a very classy individual.
Do you think Salah deserved to win the award over the likes of Kevin de Bruyne?
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