Egyptian International Mohamed Salah continues to lift the flag of his country high in European football following his recent display against Man City at Anfield.
Though Liverpool failed to pick all three points after leading twice but twice Guardiola’s men fought back to draw the game 2-2 on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League to table clash.
However, Mo Salah was one of the major headlines, along with Liverpool fan spitting on one of Pep Guardiola’s staff, as the Egyptian super star scored a wonderful goal to restore Liverpool’s lead.
His recent selling of Egypt in the European scene has come with the consideration that the winger has to be included in Education in Egypt.
In fact, it’s not just a consideration but an idea the Ministry of Education in the Northern land is looking to add Salah’s football career into school text books.
In light, Egypt Minister of Education Tarek Shawki spoke about the possibility of adding Mohamed Salah’s football journey to school books, saying that he’s open to the idea.
Mohamed Salah started his career with Arab Contractors as he shone as one of Egypt’s young talents. His performance made him a target to Swiss side FC Basel.
On his first step outside Egypt, Salah kept improving, and after less than two years, he joined Jose Mourinho in Chelsea.
However, Salah’s time with Chelsea wasn’t what he hoped for as he didn’t get enough playtime, so the Egyptian star left for Italy as joined Fiorentina ranks.
In Italy, Salah’s star shone brighter, in both Fiorentina and later when he joined Roma, scoring 43 goals in the Serie A.
Salah’s impressive records with Roma led him back to the Premier League, this time through Liverpool in 2017, since then, Salah has been one of the best players around the globe.
The 29-year-old scored 134 goals and made 50 assists so far with the English club, he became the quickest player ever to net 100 goals with Liverpool in the Premier League.
Seeing his impressive journey, Egypt Minister of Education Tarek Shawki claimed he is open to include it in students’ school books.
“We get a lot of recommendations to include impressive individual journeys to school books, adding Salah’s story is a possibility,” Tarek said via Kingfut.