Liverpool's Mo Salah has had an outstanding year at his new club, as the 25-year-old has scored in Liverpool's last seven games and already has 31 goals this season.
However, it is not only on the field that the Egyptian is producing remarkable results, with Sports Illustrated reporting that Salah has donated £500,000 to a local hospital so that they can purchase a bone marrow machine.
Mohamed Salah has donated 12 million egyptian pounds to his local hospital in Egypt in order to purchase a bone barrow transplant machine.
— Mootaz Chehade (@MHChehade) March 6, 2018
The news comes just days after Salah agreed to pay the medical fees of a young fan who is suffering with cancer, as the boy also needed a bone marrow transplant.
The father of Abdelrahman Mahmoud, from the city of Tanta, told DMC Sport Salah had arranged to meet the young boy on his return to the country.
We’ve reached someone who lives in a town close to the player’s village and then managed to talk to the player’s father who told him about my son’s case. He contacted us and talked to Abdelrahman on the phone since he is not in Egypt now and told him that he will be visiting him once he’s back. Salah is in regular contact with Abdelrahman, his support had a positive effect on the child’s health.
It's a classy act from Salah, who is on the bench for Liverpool's second leg tie with Porto tonight. Should he come on and score, he will equal the club record for consecutive goals.
Beyond that, his conduct of the field is undoubtedly commendable.