- Mohamed Salah gifted his jersey to a young Liverpool fan after their 3-0 win over Southampton
- The 2017-18 PFA player of the year was on target as the Reds strolled over the Saints in that fixture
- They will battle Chelsea next in the EFL Cup on Wednesday, September 25
Egyptian star Mohamed Salah left a young Liverpool fan speechless after giving the young boy his jersey following his side's 3-0 win over Southampton at Anfield.
Wayne Dunlop was said to have captured his son Lewis asking the 25-year-old to give him his shirt after the game.
Although, the young boy never thought his wish would come to realisation as the PFA player of the year spotted the inscriprion and gave him the shirt.
The gesture left the boy (Lewis) with tears of joy even after the attacker had left for the dressing room.
Meanwhile, Liverpool remain the only club yet to drop any point in all competitions this season following their impressive victory over the Saints.
An own goal from Wesley Hoedt put the Reds in front after 10 minutes after which Joel Matic and Mohamed Salah finished up the game in the 21st and 45th minutes.
Jurgen Klopp men are atop of the league table after six round of matches with 18 points , followed by the current champions Manchester City, who are tied with Chelsea with 16 points.
However, the Liverpool welcome Chelsea to Anfield Stadium on Wednesday for their EFL clash before travelling to Stamford Bridge for Premier League match day seven encounter.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that Real Madrid have shown interest in signing Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah when the summer transfer window opens.
Los Blancos' chiefs have reportedly offered Premier League side Liverpool Karim Benzema plus cash in their attempt to bring Salah to the Bernabeu this summer.
The Egypt international has been tipped to quit Anfield at the end of the season despite only joining the Reds from Roma last summer.
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