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Mo Salah's boots join Egyptian collection at British Museum

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Former English worldwide player, Michael Owen, hailed Liverpool Egyptian winger, Mohamed Salah, after an awesome debut season with Liverpool.

The Egyptian exhibition at the museum was launched in 2016 and Salah's boots are the first of a number of different items which will be put in there over the next few weeks.

His boots will be displayed among statues of Egyptian pharaohs and ancient artifacts at the museum, in the run up to Liverpool's Champions League final match against Real Madrid on May 26.

Salah scored 32 goals for the Reds in the 2017-18 season, earning him the coveted Golden Boot.

Neal Spencer, the museum's keeper of ancient Egypt and Sudan, said in a statement: "This acquisition brings the British Museum's world-famous Egyptian collection right up to date".

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"The boots tell a story of a modern Egyptian icon, performing in the United Kingdom, with a truly global impact", said Neal Spencer, keeper of the museum's Ancient Egypt and Sudan section. If Real Madrid wins, then Cristiano will be there once more.

That's according to former Egypt striker Mohamed Aboutrika.

With a Champions League Final and a World Cup campaign looming on the horizon, we're willing to be Salah's 2018 is going to get even better.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier reported that Liverpool are eyeing a bid to land Gianluigi Buffon despite aiming to end his footballing career this season.

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