With AP Photos.Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been voted as the footballer of the year by the Football Writers' Association, the latest accolade for the English Premier League's top scorer. Salah has a sponsorship deal with a rival telecommunications firm, Vodafone.
The 25-year-old scored 31 Premier League goals so far this season, and he leads the Golden Boot race with four goals more than second-placed Harry Kane.
Both of them are said to have met while the superstar was still at Roma, and posed for a picture with him, and resemblance is said to be so strong that it is genuinely hard to tell which is which.
"What a race it has been between two players who, in a relatively short time, have reached genuine world class".
Salah will head to the World Cup in Russian Federation in June to play for Egypt who have been drawn with the hosts, Saudi Arabia and Uruguay in Group A.
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"I don't think on the pitch there is any need to explain what he is like because everybody has watched him play and the numbers are there for everyone to see".
Seriously, if you looked like an worldwide star, wouldn't you pretend you were them at least a few times just to see what it's like? Ramy Abbas, Salah's agent, claimed separately that the federation had ignored his requests for clarifications over the issue.
Footage has resurfaced of Salah coming face-to-face with his doppelganger in the Egyptian village of Nagrig, the former's hometown, back in 2016.
No sportsman in Egypt has ever commanded the adulation and respect Salah has enjoyed since joining Liverpool previous year from Italian club Roma. It's not that he's out of any duties defensively, even if you defend with all players it doesn't mean they're all just outside the box. "I was hoping the handling (of the dispute) would be classier than this", Salah tweeted.