Mohamed Salah has gifted oxygen tanks to those in his hometown that are suffering from Covid-19.
In another commendable act of charity, the Liverpool forward has made what could be a lifesaving donation through his Nagrig Charity Association amid the ongoing pandemic.
The 28-year-old, who was born in the north-western Egyptian village, has funded oxygen tanks at the hospital to add to a long list of kind acts.
Salah has recently provided funds for sport facilities, a girls’ school, an ambulance station and a sewage treatment plant. Having founded his charity association back in 2017.
Speaking to a Cairo radio station, NCA director Hassan Bakr has said: “Salah and his family have donated oxygen cylinders to the Basyoun Central Hospital to help coronavirus patients in Nagrig.
“He often intervenes in problems back in Egypt by donating.”
Salah donated food and fresh meat back in April when the pandemic started to spread through the area, and the £30,000 donation he made to build an ambulance station serves 30,000 local people.
The NCA serves around 500 people in need, which includes those of all ages.
Salah was described as a real-life hero back in September after he helped a homeless man in need.
Speaking to The Sun, David Craig said: “Mo was every bit as wonderful as he is for Liverpool on the pitch.
“He heard what a group of lads were saying to me, then turned to them and said, ‘That could be you in a few years’. I only knew I wasn’t hallucinating when Mo incredibly handed me £100. What a complete legend.
"Mo had seen a couple of the lads hassling me. They were calling me names, asking why I was begging and telling me to get a job.
"He saw what was happening and said something to them and then he went to the cash machine. I was more than chuffed. I’m a massive fan.
"Mo is a real-life hero in my eyes and I want to thank him.”
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