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Mohamed Salah’s Champions League performance gives Egyptians ‘goosebumps’

By Reuters
25 April 2018   |   1:13 pm
Egyptians are ecstatic after two-goal Egyptian Mohamed Salah helped Liverpool take a big step towards the Champions League final with a 5-2 win over AS Roma in their semi-final, first leg at Anfield on Tuesday (April 24).

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