Mohamed Salah is undoubtedly the best player on the African continent at the moment.
His pace, creativity and eye for goal make him stand tall among all his peers.
Since 2010 World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi dominate the headlines in any upcoming World Cup but this year, there is a third man, Egypt and Africa's Mohammed Salah.
The World will certainly have their eyes on Mohamed Salah at Russia 2018 which begins this week.
Salah made his senior debut for Egypt in 2011 and was part of the 2014 qualification process where the Pharaohs got to the final playoff before being smashed 7-3 on aggregate by Ghana.
He scored five goals out of Egypt's eight in the qualifying, including the vital double in Egypt's 2-1 win over Congo, capped by the dramatic stoppage-time penalty that sealed qualification.
He is now a household name in Egypt as his images are now on billboards and merchandise.
When Liverpool splashed out a then-record fee for a winger whose last Premier League stint had ended in failure, the critics were quick to pounce.
Twelve months on, they are eating their own words as the Egyptian has taken England and Europe by storm.
Egypt is in Group A and will open their 2018 World Cup account on June 15 against Uruguay before taking on the host, Russia and Saudi Arabia.
The biggest headache of every Egyptian fan is "will Salah recover from his shoulder injury to face Uruguay?"
He is currently the most inform player on the planet and is a sure match winner if fit.
The 25 -year old has been instrumental on all front. He is currently the African Footballer of the Year, the BBC African Footballer of the Year, the PFA player of the Year and won the Golden Boot in the just ended EPL season.
He had his best season as a football scoring 44 goals for Liverpool in all competitions.
Salah has made 57 appearances for Egypt with a return of 33 goals.
Egypt is not expected to win the World Cup, but a fit Salah can be the biggest thing to Egypt aside from the Pyramid of Gizza.
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