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Mo Salah Refuses Man Of The Match Award, Gives It To James Milner

(Source: ladbible.com)

Mohamed Salah refused to take the Man of the Match award given to him for his sensational match-winning performance against Bournemouth.

The Egyptian King bagged a brilliant hat-trick at the Vitality Stadium to take Liverpool to the top of the table for at least a few hours before Manchester City play away at Chelsea but although he was voted the Man of the Match, Salah wouldn’t take it off James Milner.

Instead, in his post-match interview with Sky Sports after the 4-0 win, he told his captain to keep the award to mark his 500th Premier League appearance.

Hat-trick hero @MoSalah refuses to take his Man of the Match award and hands it over to @JamesMilner on his 500th Premier League appearance. :clap::clap::clap:

:tv: Watch the reaction to #AFCB 0-4 #LFC on Sky Sports Premier League or follow here: https://t.co/gCPPirCr0K pic.twitter.com/l7kmzOeuVt
– Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) December 8, 2018

Salah on his man of the match award: “I will not take this award today. I want to congratulate him (James Milner) on his amazing career.”
– DaveOCKOP (@DaveOCKOP) December 8, 2018

An absolute class act and a wonderful tribute from Salah to his teammate. Fans on Twitter loved his selfless gesture:

Salah giving his MOTM award to Milner for his 500th game pic.twitter.com/MCNlc40nNy
– Legend Eski ( Matt ) (@LegendEskimoBoy) December 8, 2018

Salah refuses to take the MOTM award in his post-match interview and gives it to Milner for his ‘amazing career’ after his 500th appearance. Class act.
– Jack Sear (@JackSear) December 8, 2018

Mo Salah with a classy move refusing the man of the match accolade and instead handed it over to James Milner who is celebrating his 500th EPL match. Stand up guy! #LFC
– Tarek Matar (@tmatar7) December 8, 2018

Mohamed Salah was presented the MOTM award for his hat-trick against Bournemouth today

But he refused it & gave it to James Milner as it was his 500th game

What a guy :clap: pic.twitter.com/OlhNe3sfdF
– ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) December 8, 2018

Salah’s hat-trick was his second for Liverpool and now means he is on 42 Premier League goals for the club. And in giving the spotlight to Milner after the match, he’s proved he’s a class act on and off the pitch.

Top man, Mo.

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