MOHAMED SALAH has proved just what the doctor ordered for residents of his home town… by buying them an ambulance centre.
The Liverpool star has previously paid for a series of local facilities in his Egyptian birthplace Nagrig.
Medical emergencies have recently risen in the Middle Eastern nation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Salah, 28, has now donated £30,000 to build the ambulance station – which will serve 30,000 people locally.
Regional mayor Tarek Rahmy and the player’s dad Salah Ghaly opened the centre at a ceremony last week.
Salah has previously dug deep in his pockets to provide Nagrig with a girls’ school, sports facilities, medical equipment and land to build a sewage treatment plant.
He has donated tons of food during the pandemic, and paid to rebuild a bomb-damaged cancer hospital.
In 2017 Liverpool’s No11 also donated £27,000 to help out the Association of Veteran Egyptian Players, who provide support for ex-footballers struggling to make ends meet.
And the striker’s generosity was evident on Merseyside last month too, when he paid for everyone else’s fuel while filling up his car at a Sainsburys petrol station.
Salah has scored 21 goals in 42 games this season to help Jurgen Klopp’s Reds win a first league title in 30 years.
And Liverpool’s stars looked like they were still feeling the effects of their raucous celebrations, when they delivered a groggy display in losing 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium last night.
But with the title nicely wrapped up, and Salah truly a player and person to be proud of, their supporters won’t care a jot.