- Mohammed Salah says his team-mates sings for him before a match
- The Liverpool striker admitted he feels good when they sing the songs
- The Reds will play Roma in the Champions League first leg semi finals
Liverpool striker Mohamed has revealed his team-mates sing his chants to him in the dressing room before the match.
The current winner of PFA Player of the Year award has scored 41 goals in 46 appearances and the 25-year-old has become fans favourite.
As a result, the Egyptian has earned himself a few songs along the way. The most popular chant being belted out from the Anfield terraces seems to be "Salah running down the wing" to James' 1990 hit Sit Down.
On the song itself, Salah told CNN: " Every game they sing it. So nice. Even last game they sung it.
"The players also sing it in the dressing room. It's a very nice song. Some players sing it."
The Reds have just a step away from making it through to the Champions League final but will have to conquer his former team Roma in the semi finals.
Salah scored his record breaking 31st Premier League goal in the 2-2 draw against West Brom at the Hawthorns.
He became the first African player to score more than 30 goals in the Premier League breaking Didier Drogba's record with Chelsea.
And Salah is already an Anfield Legend in the making and one more goal in the league will make him the first player to score more than 31 league goals in a season.
Salah's exploits this season has been extended to the Egyptian national team scoring the decisive goal that qualified the Pharaoh's to the World Cup after waiting for 28 years.
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