All of us know who Muhammad Salah is. He had been all over our news feed for past few weeks after he reaped the award for best Premiere league player of the year in 2018. That’s what it got us talking.
As per the tweet by his team, they have confirmed that Muhammad Salah will be fasting as he will play Champions League Final on this upcoming Saturday.
His excellent performance led his team, Liverpool in the Champions League Finals where he will be facing world’s top class football team, Real Madrid.
Facing great players like Ronaldo would be very tough on him, but instead leaving his fast, he decided to fast while playing against such a big team.
If Muhammad Salah manages to win this match against Real Madrid and brags Champions Trophy for Liverpool after ages. It will give boost to his career which can eventually lead to gaining him a ballon d or, which usually received by Ronaldo or Messi.
People all around the world are so happy to see his zeal and enthusiasm towards Islam. Despite bring exhausted in a tiring game like Football, yet he wouldn’t give up fasting.
mo salah's out here saying he's not gonna break his fast for the champions league final and i'm napping all day bc fasting got me tired
— r (@typeh0e) May 23, 2018
Mo Salah is an icon, he is playing the biggest game of his career and still won't break his fast
Meanwhile your mcm breaks his fast because he has an exam that day
— نوح (@noahalaktas) May 24, 2018
There are many things that makes Muhammad Salah a perfect Muslim, let’s have a look on his achievements.
Golden Boot? Come here to daddy 😂 pic.twitter.com/GasYbIerEm
— Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) May 13, 2018
Voted as the best!
Very fortunate to be adding another award in my first season playing with this great group of players! Lovren did you vote for me? pic.twitter.com/lO7DdAzbuS
— Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) April 30, 2018
— Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) April 23, 2018
While some people are just trying to set Mo Salah as the best Muslim example
Mo Salah fasting on the day of the UCL final and some ppl don’t even fast during their GCSEs… #GCSEs2018
— Umar (GCSEs) (@tricky_trent66) May 24, 2018
It is such a positive vibe from Muhammad Salah that despite having so much fame he did not leave Islam Yet setting an example how important islam is for all of us. We wish him best of luck for this big upcoming final match of Champions League this saturday, may Allah be with you.