Mo Salah He is one of the great stars of world football and an essential piece in Klopp’s successful Liverpool. Now he has shown that he is also a great off the pitch.

According to the newspaper ‘The Sun’, on September 28, after the victory of the ‘Reds’ against Arsenal, the Egyptian footballer was driving home in his vehicle and stopped at a gas station near Anfield.

As he got down to refuel, he watched as a group of young people were harassing a beggar, teasing and telling him to find a job. Salah didn’t think twice and came to his aid.

“Someday you can see yourselves in this situation”, He told the boys, according to the own homeless man victim of the ridicule, David Craig, in statements to the aforementioned newspaper.

“I was more than happy. I’m a huge fan of his. To me, Mo is a real life hero and I want to thank you“Craig added.

In addition to defending him from the attacks, Salah approached the gas station cashier and gave him 100 pounds the beggar to help him, a gesture Craig thanked the Liverpool star. “I knew I wasn’t freaking out when Mo handed me £ 100,” he said.