Mohamed Salah Donates £2.5m to Cancer Hospital in Egypt After Suspected Terror Attack
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah. (Photo Credits: IANS)

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has donated £2.5m to the victims of a suspected terror attack in Cairo, Egypt. The attack is reported to have killed 20 people leaving 47 injured. A high speed exploded outside a cancer hospital in Cairo and also crashed into three others. The unfortunate incident happened on Sunday and Egyptian football star not only tweeted about the same but also donated a sum to the hospital.  This is not the first time that the Liverpool star has contributed to the betterment of society. Mohamed Salah Beats Dejan Lovren in Table Tennis; Luka Modric and Gini Wijnaldum Troll the Liverpool Defender (View Pic).

Shortly after the untoward incident, Salah tweeted, “My full support and condolences to the families of victims and victims of the explosion of the Oncology Institute.” Prior to this, it is said that the football star had donated $3 million to help rebuild the Cairo University. The sum helped the institute to cover 50 percent of expenses of the university.

According to a former media officer of the Egypt national team, the football star keeps making his contributions towards the betterment of the society. "It is well known that Salah dedicates a lot of money for those in need in his village. Everything goes through his father, who knows what to do," Inas Mazhar said, per BBC Sport. He also goes on to say that Salah has not forgotten his roots and is very down to earth character.

Talking about Salah’s team Liverpool will play Norwich City tomorrow at their home ground Anfield. Needless to say that the Red will start as favourites for the match. The EPL 2019 game starts at 12.30 AM IST.