Egyptian outfit Ismaily pay homage to Mohamed Salah

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The 25-year-old's exploits in his debut campaign with Liverpool has continued to earn him more recognition

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah and his father, Salah Ghaly have been handed honorary membership by Egyptian Premier League club Ismaily.

The 2017 African Footballer of the Year who moved to the Merseyside outfit last summer, has stunned English top-flight clubs with his incredible goalscoring skills and blazing pace.

Salah is currently the leading top scorer in the Premier League with 28 goals from 30 matches and the second highest goalscorer in Europe with 36 goals across all competitions, behind Cristiano Ronaldo [37].

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Delighted with the astonishing feat, Ismaily, placed second in the ongoing Egyptian Premier League 2017/18 campaign have honoured the 25-year-old whose brace against Congo in October 2017, sent Egypt to the Fifa World Cup finals for the first time since 1990.

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“We are proud that you belong to us. Whoever loves this club knows the art of football well and so, we are honoured to award you and your father an honorary membership to Ismaily Football Club. We wish you the best because you are the best," the club tweeted.

Salah started his professional career with Egyptian outfit Al Mokawloon before travelling abroad to join Basel in June 2012.

After two years in the Swiss top-flight, the fleet-footed attacker moved to Chelsea where he endured a torrid stay that triggered loan moves to Italian Serie A clubs, Fiorentina and Roma before returning to England in June.

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