Mohamed Salah invited his former Egypt teammate and friend Moamen Zakaria to the dressing room to join the Liverpool team in their celebration of the FA cup win. The special Egyptian guest is a former professional footballer who was diagnosed with motor neuron disease ALS in 2020. The athlete is now wheelchair-bound.
Liverpool FC of Merseyside, England is on top of the footballing world right now! They have already bagged the Carabao and the FA cups this season, winning the domestic double. But they will not stop there as they also have the Champions League final coming up later in the month against Real Madrid. The mighty reds are also challenging Manchester City for the Premier League title this season.
The month of May of the year 2022 will decide if Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will gain immortality as the first-ever English quadruple winning side. But leaving the quadruple thoughts aside for a night, the Liverpool players partied hard and
As “Freed From Desire” by Gala played in the background, Salah and all the players surrounded Zakaria to share their joy with him.
As Liverpool has a lot more to celebrate this year, Moamen Zakaria could return to share Liverpool’s celebration. But this touch of class from the Liverpool side has warmed the hearts of many from around the world.
Moamen Zakaria used to play for the Egypt national team and the EPL side Al Ahly. But since his ALS diagnosis, he has been unable to play football and has retired. Sadly, the pacey midfielder cannot run anymore and has to use a wheelchair to move around.