20 December 2012

Africa: Most Promising Talent - Mohamed Salah - Egypt

Photo: CAF
Yaya Toure of Cote d'Ivoire accepting the African Player of the Year 2012 in Ghana

Salah was part of the Egyptian U-23 team that played at London 2012 Olympic football tournament where he scored in three of their four matches. Swiss club FC Basel signed him up in June 2012.

Salah also played for Egypt senior team and scored in a 2014 World Cup qualifier against Guinea and in 2013 AFCON qualifier against Central African Republic.

Mohamed Salah (Egypt)

Born: 15 June 1992

Age: 20

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