The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool striker, gave a speech on the sidelines of his attendance at the Earth Shot Award ceremony.EarthshotHeld in the English capital, London, which aims to solve environmental problems, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, had invited Salah to be present at the ceremony, to present an award within the awards ceremony.
Earth Shot launches its first annual party, which will be held every year until 2030 to honor people who contribute to the sustainable development of the environment and help to reduce climate change.
Mohamed Salah received the greetings of the crowds present at the ceremony before giving his speech in which he warned of water pollution during the current century, and commented: “By the end of this century, it is possible that the amount of plastic in the water is greater than that of fish.”
Mohamed Salah and veteran Brazilian soccer star Dani Alves are the only two soccer players present at the ceremony.
Mohamed Salah continued his remarkable brilliance in the recent period, and scored a wonderful goal against Watford during yesterday’s 5-0 victory, and also made a goal for the hat-trick in the match, Roberto Firmino.
With this result, the Liverpool team takes the lead in the English Premier League standings, with 18 points, two points behind Chelsea, the runner-up with 16 points, and has a match in the same round against Brentford yesterday evening, while Watford’s balance freezes at point 7 in 15th place.
The look of Mohamed Salah
Part of Prince William’s presence
Salah during the party
Salah completes the party
Salah gives his speech