Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah wrote a special message on the occasion of the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Monday September 19.
Some of the world’s most respected leaders gathered at Westminster Abbey to pay their respects to the late Queen on Monday. It was an event like no other and united nearly every household in Britain, as they bid a final farewell to their Queen.
Being one of Liverpool’s leaders, Salah took it upon himself to pay his respects via a well-articulated social media post.
Accompanying the image of the late Queen, her Tweet caption read:
“Today, the people of Britain and around the world pay their respects and bid a final farewell to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, commemorating her legacy and her unwavering service. My thoughts are with the Royal Family on this historic and moving day. . »
Mohamed Salah has been below his stellar record for Liverpool this season, registering just two goals and two assists in six Premier League appearances. With their talisman struggling, the Reds struggled to find a place in the English top flight. Having picked up just nine points from six matches (2 wins, 3 draws, 1 loss), they are currently seventh in the Premier League standings.
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah slammed for condolences over death of Queen Elizabeth II
Mohamed Salah’s moving message to the late Queen and her family was met with mockery from some of her fans. While some pointed out how Africans had been colonized by the British Empire, others reminded him of the destruction the Empire had wreaked on his country.
Here are some of the tweets that called out Salah on Monday:
It’s not the first time the Egyptian has faced wrath from his followers on social media (via OPIndia). He was called last Christmas for celebrating the world holiday with his family. Some of the Muslim fans were upset to see him take part in another culture’s festivities. It was the third time in a row that he was criticized for celebrating the party.