This is the reason behind Mohammed Salah’s third goal celebration against Leeds United! Details👇

Mohammed Salah was the man of the match as Liverpool began their Premier League title defense on a rather intriguing note – a seven-goal thriller against Leeds United at Anfield.

The Egyptian forward becomes the first Liverpool player to score a hattrick on Premier League opening day since John Aldridge did in the 1988-89 season.

He also becomes the first ever Liverpool player to score on the opening day of four consecutive league seasons; he’s only the second to do so in the League for any club, after Teddy Sheringham (1992-93 to 1995-96)

Salah celebrated his third by blocking his to ears with his hands – a tribute to former Egypt team-mate Moamen Zakaria, a Al Ahly player who had to retire from football after being diagnosed with incurable ALS Disease.

Lou Gehrig’s disease or ALS is a nervous system disease that weakens muscles and affects physical function.

In this disease, nerve cells break down, which reduces functionality in the muscles that they supply. The cause is of the disease is unknown.
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