Mohamed Salah's boots added to Egyptian collection at the British Museum

Mohamed Salah's boots added to Egyptian collection at the British Museum

Mohamed Salah's boots added to Egyptian collection at the British Museum

Salah's donation is apparently the first-ever football boots shown by the museum, who are aiming to highlight the efforts of a modern Egyptian hero.

Spencer added on Twitter, "Amidst the statues of pharaohs in @britishmuseum Sculpture Gallery, great to have boots of modern Egyptian icon @MoSalah".

Mohamed Salah fever has swept Britain since his arrival with Liverpool's goal machine earning two players awards and now a pair of his boots are to sit alongside Egyptian artefacts at the British Museum.

Salah has had an awesome season with Liverpool, scoring 43 goals at all competitions, including 32 goals at the Premier League that crowned him the league's Top goal scorer.

Salah also played a key role in Egypt's qualification for the World Cup and is set to feature for them in Russian Federation this summer.

"This acquisition brings the British Museum's world-famous Egyptian collection right up to date", purred Neal Spencer, the British Museum's Keeper of Ancient Egypt and Sudan.

Salah has scored 33 goals in 57 appearances for his country including a crucial double in the win that clinched Egypt's spot in the World Cup.

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.

Following Salah's remarkable season in the Premier League, Real Madrid have been on his heels for a switch to the Bernabeu.

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