Mohammed Salah's shoe was displayed in the British Museum next to the antiquities of ancient Egypt Mohammed Salah's shoe was displayed in the British Museum next to the antiquities of ancient Egypt, Not only did the Egyptian star Mohammed Salah win the trophies of professional players and footballers for the best player in England, but his 32 goals in the Premier League last season led him to show his shoes at the British Museum next to ancient Egypt.

Salah entered the Premier League in his first season with Liverpool after becoming the first player to score 32 goals in a 38-season season, earning the right to display his shoes among the finest antiques collection of ancient Egypt outside the Pharaohs.

Adidas Sports Supplies, a sponsor of Salah, donated the pair of shoes to celebrate the Golden Boot award for the top scorer in the Premier League.

"The shoe tells the story of a modern Egyptian icon, sparkling in the United Kingdom and enjoying a real global influence," said Neil Spencer, the secretary of the Antiquities Department at the British Museum.

"In the middle of the ancient pharaohs statues, we now show the shoe that Mo Salah won with the Golden Ball with Liverpool."

The season is not over for Salah, who has scored 44 goals in all competitions this season, traveling with the Reds to the Ukrainian capital Kiev to face Real Madrid in the Champions League final on May 26.

Spencer pointed out that the move to display Salah's shoes in the museum is part of our latest project, which revolves around things that tell the story of daily life in Egypt during the 20th and 21st centuries. From sport, to entertainment, to global trade to design, this collection is now available to everyone - like those in other periods of Egypt's rich history. "

The British Museum in 2016 launched the Modern Egypt Project to promote its collection of contemporary materials from modern Egypt.

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