Egyptian student paints graffiti tribute of Liverpool’s forward Mo Salah on school wall
An Egyptian student painted a graffiti tribute to Liverpool’s forward Mohamed Salah on the wall of a school in Gharbiya governorate, named “Mohamed Salah Industrial High School” as Salah had studied there, El Watan news reported.
Khaled Abdel Monsef al-Saadawy, a 20-year-old student at Tanta University’s Faculty of law, spent seven hours a day for 9 days in a row to paint the graffiti portrait, he told El Watan.
Bad weather proved to be a significant challenge during the project, he said, adding that it was also his first time he worked on a scaffold.
Last year after Mohamed Salah scored remarkable penalty that qualified Egypt for last summer’s World Cup, his hometown in Gharbiya renamed the school in his honor, celebrating Salah’s exceptional success.
Source: Egypt Independent