The Egyptian King gains more royalty. Mohamed Salah is the first non-European player in Premier league history to win the golden boot for two consecutive years.
Here’s how the Egypt King enjoyed winning the top scorer prize for the second season in a row (albeit joint with Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this time).
“Yes, I know we have one at home. This is a new one” pic.twitter.com/9q8L7fSOgB
— Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) May 12, 2019
This tweet has already got over 194k Likes at the time of writing, with Mohamed Salah showing a real human side after what was no doubt an emotional day for him and his family.
His daughter, four-year-old Makka Salah, stole the show as the Liverpool star received the Golden Boot. She took off down the pitch with a soccer ball, and to raucous fan applause, scored two goals.
From time to time, Mohamed Salah provides his fans with a look inside his family life through social media. Last year, Mo posted this video with his daughter along with the caption: “A rising star.”
Salah and Liverpool were very close to winning the Premier League title this season [EPL 2018-19], but ultimately missed out by one point to Manchester City on the final day.