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    Liverpool FC forward Mohamed Salah helped a homeless man who was bullied, according to The National.

    After defeating Arsenal London (3: 1) on 28 September, the Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah stopped at a gas station, where he saw a group of young people insulting a homeless man.

    Salah intervened to rescue the stranger, giving him £100. The world-class striker is a devout Muslim who is known for his charity work.

    According to reports, he scolded the group for their behaviour, saying that that they could find themselves in such a situation one day.

    “I only knew I wasn't hallucinating when Mo incredibly handed me £100. What a complete legend,” the 50-year-old homeless man said, as quoted by The Sun.

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    homeless, Liverpool FC, Mohamed Salah
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