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AFCON: Mohamed Salah insists leading Egypt to glory would be proudest of achievement of his career


‘It’s my country, what I love the most!’: Mohamed Salah hungry for AFCON success with Egypt after coming up short in the 2017 final… as the Liverpool star admits leading his national team to glory would be the proudest moment of his career

  • Mohamed Salah’s winning penalty earned Egypt victory against Ivory Coast
  • The Pharaohs are now set to face Morocco in Sunday’s AFCON quarter-final
  • Salah is desperate to lead his country to the title after losing the 2017 final
  • The Liverpool ace…



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