EGYPT

Mohamed Salah 'everywhere' in Egypt

Egyptian youths walk in front of picture Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah with background of Great Pyramids in Cairo

Egyptian youths walk in front of a picture of Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah with background of Great Pyramids, in Cairo, Egypt May 2, 2018. Arabic words read "You are stronger than drugs".

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An Egyptian woman walks in front of picture depicting Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah with advertsing by Arabic words read "You are stronger than drugs" in Cairo

An Egyptian woman walks in front of picture depicting Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah

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Decorative stickers bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market in Cairo

Decorative stickers bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market, before the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 2, 2018.

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Decorative mugs bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market in Cairo

Decorative mugs bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market, before the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 2, 2018. Arabic words read "Ramadan is sweeter with Salah".

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Traditional decorative lanterns known as "Fanous" bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market in Cairo

Traditional decorative lanterns known as "Fanous" bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market, before the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 2, 2018.

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Decorative stickers bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market in Cairo

Decorative stickers bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah,

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A man displays a toy figure bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market in Cairo

A man displays a toy figure bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market, before the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 2, 2018.

Photo: AMR ABDALLAH DALSH REUTERS

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Traditional decorative lanterns known as "Fanous" bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market in Cairo

Traditional decorative lanterns known as "Fanous" bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market, before the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 2, 2018.

Photo: AMR ABDALLAH DALSH REUTERS

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A man buys traditional decorative lanterns known as "Fanous" bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, at a market in Cairo

A man buys traditional decorative lanterns known as "Fanous" bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah at a market, before the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 2, 2018.

Photo: AMR ABDALLAH DALSH REUTERS

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Toys bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah, are seen at a market in Cairo

Toys bearing the image of Liverpool's Egyptian forward soccer player Mohamed Salah

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A traffic jam is seen next to a Vodafone mobile phone advertisement featuring Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah in Cairo

A traffic jam is seen next to a Vodafone mobile phone advertisement featuring Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah in Cairo, Egypt May 2, 2018. The words on the advertisement read as "Stronger than anything - Number one in Egypt."

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