Egyptian star Mohamed Salah has adjusted the most beautiful human positions and thoughts after inviting former al-Ahly player Momen Zakaria after his side Liverpool beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final for the eighth time in his history. To the match and celebrated the trophy with him.
Liverpool beat Chelsea 6-5 on penalties in the final at Wembley Stadium in London to win their second title, and Mohamed Salah, who was sidelined with an injury in the first half of the match, displayed a wonderful humanitarian attitude. When he called a player, the former al-Ahly Egyptian Momen Zakaria, unbeknownst to anyone, celebrated him inside the dressing room with the Liverpool players, and all the players circled around the al-Ahly player. A wheelchair, delight in this wonderful situation.
The video, which was widely circulated on social media in various parts of the world, received great praise for the Egyptian player’s position, bringing the matter to the attention of the Egyptian Dar al-Ifta, who has officially commented on the status of the Egyptian player through him. The official account on the “Twitter” website and said: “Humanity is morality before religion and true humanity.” And compensation for thoughts and discipline is not just a game … on the contrary, it is a way of life. “
Liverpool won their second title of the season, waiting for the final against Real Madrid, and waiting until Manchester City stumbled to try to crown the league title.
Before religion and true humanity, humanity is the remedy for morality and thought. Morality is not just a sport. Rather it is a way of life. pic.twitter.com/BCG23faww2
– Egyptian Dar al-Ifta @ (gyptEgyptDarAlIfta) May 14, 2022
Momen Zakaria Celebrates FA Cup With Liverpool Players In The Dressing Room pic.twitter.com/59WyoizpWx
– யல்லகோரா (@Yallakoranow) May 14, 2022
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