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Reigning African Finest, Mohamed Salah Reveals the names of His Idols; “My idols are the Brazilian Ronaldo and Totti”

To reach his current level, the star of Liverpool, Mohamed Salah was inspired by some football stars. In an interview with CNN, the 25-year-old revealed that his two idols are Brazilian Ronaldo and Francesco Totti.

“I said it many times, my idols are the Brazilian Ronaldo and Totti. Ronaldo is amazing, he is a quality player. As a person, He is calm, awesome, very calm. I learned a lot from him. ”

The 2006 World Cup winner Francesco Totti scored 307 goals in 786 games over his 25-year career in Roma. For his part, Ronaldo was one of the best forwards in football and set sublime goal records for PSV Eindhoven, Barcelona, ​​Inter Milan and Real Madrid.

Mohamed Salah played alongside Totti during his stay in Roma between 2015 and 2017 and the Italian international has always had nice compliments for his former teammate.

“The level at which he currently plays makes him one of the best players in the world and I think he can do even better. He does things right, he trains hard, he works hard, he listens to the coach, that’s why he’s at that level, “Totti said in an interview with Mirror.

Author of an incredible season, Mohamed Salah helped Liverpool to qualify for the Champions League final. He has already scored 43 goals in all competitions this season.

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