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Salah's boots score at British Museum

18 May 2018

The footwear, belonging to the Gharbia-born Liverpool FC striker - and recent victor of the Premier League's Golden Boot award - will be displayed alongside ancient Egyptian sandals, and various other priceless objects in Room 61 of the British Museum, from next week.

He's been nicknamed the "Egyptian King" by Liverpool fans, but match-winner Mo Salah's crowning glory could be seeing his treasured boots on display in one of the world's most prestigious museums.

The 25-year-old will now be hoping to help Liverpool FC end the campaign in the best possible fashion when they take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final at the end of the month.

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Salah has scored 44 goals and assisted a further 16 strikes in 51 games for the Reds this season, with 10 of his strikes coming in the Champions League.

Originally from Nagrir, in Northern Egypt, Salah has been praised for his impact both on and off the pitch this season.

Aboutrika watched Salah go toe-to-toe with Marcelo in the Olympics in Rio.

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'I was playing with Egypt against Brazil. Marcelo is terrified of Salah.

The report claims Liverpool have set the price for negotiations to begin after Salah's phenomenal season, despite arriving last summer for just £36.9million.

The La Liga giants were handed a boost this week when Dani Carvajal and Cristiano Ronaldo returned to full training. Both players are expected to be fit to face Villarreal this weekend and will be available to face Liverpool.

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Salah's boots score at British Museum