- Mohamed Salah pulled up at a petrol station near Anfield after Liverpool defeated Arsenal 3-1 in the PL
- The Egyptian saw a homeless man being harassed by thugs and he waded in
- Salah told the boys off and then moved to the cash machine to withdraw £100 for the homeless fellow
Mohamed Salah exhibited an amazing gesture on the streets of the UK when he saved a homeless man David Craig who was harassed by a group of yobs within a petrol station close to Anfield.
The Egyptian star pulled up at the petrol station in his Bentley and then saw David being harassed by some boys as they continued to taunt him.
According to Mirror, the situation occurred moments after Liverpool defeated Arsenal 3-1 in the Premier League on September 28.
Salah stepped in, warded-off the boys and warned them they could also be in the same situation in the future.
After they left, the Liverpool forward then went into the cash machine to withdraw £100 (about N50,000) for the man.
David Craig has been homeless for six years and has hailed Salah as a "real-life hero".
"He saw what was happening and said something to them and then he went to the cash machine.
“Mo is a real-life hero in my eyes and I want to thank him.”
Also, Mesut Ozil has offered a huge financial support to Arsenal mascot who was earlier sacked by the club, despite that the German recently accepted huge pay cut on his wages.
Jerry Quy was relieved of his duties at the club at the start of the week with Arsenal claiming his services were no longer needed since there are no fans in the stadium during games.
The German midfielder says he would pay Gunnersaurus's wages after the club has let the mascot go after 27 years of his service.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Victor Moses made an anonymous donation to his former club Wigan Athletic where he played between 2010 and 2012 in a bid to assist the club which is currently rocked in financial crisis.
The Wigan Athletic Supporters Club opened a crowdfunding channel online seeking about £750,000 to help the club from further crisis having recently relegated from the Championship to League One.
Although the former Nigerian international made an anonymous donation to the cause, the fundraisers wanted to make sure the Chelsea winger get his deserved recognition.