- Mohamed Salah has returned to Cairo ahead of Egypt's AFCON qualifier
- The Liverpool star shared a moment with his parents before joining camp
- Salah is expected to help the Pharaohs qualify for AFCON 2023
Mohamed Salah returned home after some busy months in the English Premier League to spend time with his parents.
The Liverpool star joined his national team teammates ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Malawi in Cairo on Friday.
Before joining camp, he visited home to share the moment with his lovely parents.
He posted a photo of his father and mother with the love emoji.
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The seven-time African champions currently sit bottom of Group D after two matches in the Nations Cup qualifiers.
The Pharaohs need victories over Malawi to revive their chances of qualifying for the tournament in Ivory Coast next year.
Salah and Liverpool are having a tough campaign and risk missing out on qualification to next year's UEFA champions League.
The former Chelsea winger became Liverpool's all-time leading scorer after netting twice in the 7-0 thrashing of Manchester United.
Liverpool are also out of the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League.
Salah becomes Liverpool's all-time top scorer
Earlier, Sports Brief Mohamed Salah has become Liverpool's all-time top scorer in the English Premier League after scoring a brace in the massacre of Manchester United at Anfield.
The Egyptian forward scored twice to equal and break Robbie Fowler's 128 goals haul in the English league for the Reds.
Salah has now netted 129 goals in 203 Premier League games since joining the club in 2017 from Fiorentina.
Salah destroys Martinez
Mohamed Salah turned Lisandro Martinez inside out to set up Cody Gakpo for Liverpool's third goal against Manchester United at Anfield.
Liverpool brought their A-game for the crunch tie against a resurgent Erik ten Hag side on March 5th. Mohamed Salah celebrates after scoring against Manchester United.
January signing Cody Gakpo, who was ironically supposed to join Manchester United, scored twice, with Darwin Nunez adding another inside the game's first hour.