Salah's boots set to be exhibited in British museum

Salah's boots set to be exhibited in British museum

Former English global player, Michael Owen, hailed Liverpool Egyptian winger, Mohamed Salah, after an wonderful debut season with Liverpool. However, none of those goals were scored with the boots that will go on display: this particular pair has never been used.

"Salah will shortly lead his national team, known as The Pharaohs, to the World Cup Finals".

The "Egyptian Pharoah" as he is fondly called by his fans at Liverpool will now have his boots displayed in the museum's Egyptian collection.

Also in the collection is a wall paintings from the tomb of Nabamun, the sculptures of Rameses the Great, and a 5,000-year-old sand-dried mummy.

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Mohamed Salah's boots added to British Museum collection

Salah has scored a staggering 43 goals in all competitions and won the Premier League golden boot as well as the PFA player of the year award.

Neal Spencer, assistant keeper of the museum's Ancient Egypt and Sudan department, said the boots were an important exhibition of modern Egyptian history. If Real Madrid wins, then Cristiano will be there once more.

The boots tell a story of a modern Egyptian icon, performing in the United Kingdom, with a truly global impact Displayed amidst the statues of ancient pharaohs, we now show the boots with which Mo Salah won the Golden Boot for Liverpool.

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