A homeless man from Liverpool disclosed to The Sun that Red Army star Salah rescued himself at the gas station and gave him £100.
50-year-old David Cragg became homeless after falling out with his family. He slept near Anfield Stadium. On September 28, after Liverpool defeated Arsenal 3-1 at home, Cragg was begging at a gas station near the stadium and was besieged by a group of men. Salah, who was driving past, came to intervene.
50岁的大卫·克拉格（David Cragg）与家人闹翻后无家可归。他在安菲尔德球场附近睡觉。 9月28日，在利物浦主场3-1击败阿森纳之后，克雷格在体育场附近的加油站乞讨，被一群人围困。开车经过的萨拉赫（Salah）介亚搏体育平台官亚博体彩网方入。
"Mo (Salah) saw some guys harassing me. They insulted me and asked me why I was begging and asked me to find a job," Cragg said. "Salah heard them and stopped them and said: You might do the same in a year's time'."
"Then he went to the ATM and gave me £100. In my eyes he is also a hero in life, and I am very grateful to him."