Since he arrived from AS Roma in 2017, Mo Salah has left his torrid time at Chelsea in the past with the Egyptian proving the sceptics wrong by winning the Golden boot in his first season at Liverpool.
But it appears that the forward’s impact isn’t just limited to his exploits on the pitch.
A study released by Stanford University in 2019 highlighted the impact of Mohamed Salah’s arrival at Liverpool with the decline in Islamophobia in the city of Liverpool.
If that wasn’t enough, the forward reportedly visited a young fan who had broken his nose while chasing Salah’s car when the vehicle was leaving the Liverpool training base.
His latest gesture showcasing the down to earth nature of the footballer has earned the admiration of Liverpool fans.
Photos of the forward in his training kit covering the costs of all the customers visiting the Sainsburys Petrol Station in East Prescot emerged on social media.
Mate from work sent us this, salah just paid for everyone’s petrol, sound that pic.twitter.com/4QiBSo8lQ0— Cameron Ford (@cameronKFord) June 10, 2020
The footballer has also donated a lot of money to various causes back home in Egypt and was also the only male footballer to be named in Time magazine’s list of the world’s most influential people of 2019.