Bizarre footage of a choir performing a rendition of one of the Mohamed Salah chants coined by Liverpool’s fans has been doing the rounds on social media over the last 24 hours.
Egyptian wide-man Salah made his return to the Premier League during the summer, after Liverpool splashed out a fee that could eventually rise to 50 million Euro to bring the former Chelsea man in from Serie A outfit AS Roma.
And he has certainly not taken long to settle back into the rigours of the English game, having already popped up with numerous crucial goals and assists to emerge as the Reds’ most important player (alongside Roberto Firmino) to this point in the campaign.
‘The Egyptian King’
Salah’s success on Merseyside has seen the electric African christened with a growing number of chants from Liverpool’s adoring fanbase, with one of these chants having made its way onto the streets of Williamson Square yesterday afternoon.
However, the chant did not come courtesy of its usual source, but, rather surprisingly, via a Liverpool-based choir.
The footage, showcased below, while bizarre, nevertheless serves to reinforce the fact that Mohamed Salah is quickly establishing genuine hero-status amongst the Scouse population:
Salah has his own choir, Williamson Sq, Liverpool!
Get in Mo, lad! 🎵🎵🎵🎵 pic.twitter.com/UFDg3e8clc
— Big Uncle Knobhead. (@ianwilson69) March 7, 2018
Next up for Liverpool is a crunch Premier League clash with Manchester United this Saturday afternoon, with the fearsome historical rivals currently separated by just 2 points in the English top-flight table.