The similarity between the statue … Photo: Twitter / Mo Salah Facts
… and the real man … well hidden from her eyes. Photo: EPA
Egypt is the biggest sporting star of his country
November 5, 2018 at 12:15 am
Sharm El Sheikh –
Egyptian soccer star Mohammed Salah received his statue in Sharm el-Sheikh, but like Cristiano Ronaldo's picture, this social networking product has become a laughingstock.
The sculpture was officially unveiled on Sunday at the World Youth Forum (WYF) held in this resort town along the Red Sea. The sculpture presents Salah with a brilliant hairstyle, a broad smile and a wider hand, in which he celebrates his hits on the greens. This is done by a sculptor May Abdullah, Who told the local media that he had made the statue, because it was Salah "Symbol of Excellence" Egyptian youth. He described his work in words "respectable" in "exactly".
Everything is beautiful and beautiful, but only a few Egyptians in the art sculpture know the soccer player. Many have written about the networks that the statue is more like a singer Leah toured or Arta Garfunkla Or sage breaks out of the hit film I'm home.
Salah can be comforting at least by joining a long list of footballers who have made no very lucky statue. First, of course, the statue of a football star falls Christina Ronalda, Which was ceremoniously unveiled last year at an airport on the island of Madeira's birthplace, but became the object of mockery immediately, as the interior was hardly as good as the right CR7.
Salah, 26, who is also a member of the Liverpool Football Club, scored 32 goals in his first season at this club, but this year he signed a new five-year contract with this team.
Sculpture Mo Saleh is definitely something … pic.twitter.com/DPE0k9iBlg
– Facts Salah (@MSSalahFacts) November 4, 2018
– America (America) (@Americo_Martinx) November 5, 2018
WTAF? !! Salah sculptor manages to be worse than in recent years Ronaldo predicted pic.twitter.com/F6k47JmMe1
– Mike (@ M1KE_LFC) November 5, 2018
– BEIN SPORTS USA (@beINSPORTSUSA) November 4, 2018
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