Fans React After Salah Posts Christmas Photo for Third Year Running
- Mohamed Salah has shared a new photo celebrating Christmas
- The Liverpool and Egypt star has been at the receiving end of massive criticism
- Salah scored as Liverpool suffered defeat to Manchester City in the EFL Cup
Egypt and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has taken the lead once again in wishing fans around the world a merry Christmas.
The Liverpool winger took to social media to post a lovely photo with his family to celebrate the moment.
However, his post has generated massive reactions with many annoyed by the player's gesture.
Salah is a Muslim and does not celebrate Christmas and according some fans it is wrong for the former Chelsea player to share the moment with Christians.
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He has been in England since the Reds started mid-season training ahead of the return of the English Premier League.
The Egyptian forward scored on his return to competition action as Liverpool bowed out of the EFL Cup following defeat to Manchester City.
How fans reacted to Salah's post
It’s that time of the year again from Mo Salah. Consistency is key! Merry Christmas from the Salah household.
My fav Christmas Eve tradition is when Mo Salah posts his annual Christmas tree photo and then he receives a lecture from every grumpy Muslim uncle about why that’s haram and then the post evolves into whether a single Christmas tree is gonna annihilate the entire Ummah
Merry Christmas from Mo Salah. Another year for people to get annoyed and unnecessary noise.
We’ve got a Mo Salah Christmas pic…The Salah curse is back.
The long awaited picture is upon us. Let the rattled begin to convulse. Merry Christmas, Mo.
Salah scores in EFL Cup
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Mohamed Salah and Riyad Mahrez scored in the space of sixty seconds, as Manchester City edged out Liverpool in the EFL Cup.
City's Algerian forward Mahrez gave the English champions the lead two minutes after the break, with a fine strike.
However, his celebrations did not last as Salah fired back immediately after connecting to a pass from Darwin Nunez.
Source: Sports Brief News