Liverpool and Chelsea train with amputee children from UEFA Foundation
By Liam Grace
Last Updated: 14/08/19 6:15pm
Liverpool and Chelsea trained with amputee children from the UEFA Foundation ahead of their Super Cup match in Istanbul.
The session included an incredible keepy-up game between Liverpool's Mohamed Salah and one of the children, with the UEFA Foundation posting on Twitter that the Egypt international had made "dreams come true".
Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino were also among Liverpool players included in the exercise, with Chelsea trio N'Golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic and Marcos Alonso involved in another keepy-up session.
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It is the second time in a week that Salah has been singled out for praise, after he posed for a photo with an 11-year-old boy who accidentally ended up with a bloody nose in his quest to get a glimpse of Liverpool forward.
Louis Fowler crashed into a lamp post as he and his brother Isaac, 10, ran to keep up with the striker's car and fell to the floor with a suspected broken nose on Saturday.
Salah, who scored in Liverpool's opening Premier League win on Friday, spotted that his young fan had got into difficulty, so circled back to check Louis was okay.
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