Boy meets Mo Salah after lamppost collision while chasing his hero

Mohamed Salah visits young Liverpool fan who injured himself while attempting to meet him

Mohamed Salah visits young Liverpool fan who injured himself while attempting to meet him

Louis Fowler, 11, was running after Salah in his vehicle after he left Melwood training ground on Saturday, alongside younger brother Isaac.

And when Salah's vehicle pulled out, Louis ran after him in the hope of getting a wave.

Premier League top scorer and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has turned up at a fan's house, who injured himself chasing the Egypt global.

Louis was trying to get the attention of the Liverpool striker, who was driving out of the club's training base on Saturday, when he ran into the post.

He hugged the brothers and posed for pictures with them as dazzled neighbours looked on.

Salah checked in to see if the youngster was okay and later posed for pictures, a moment Louis' stepdad, Joe, shared on social media.

Louis and his upset brother were brought back home by neighbours, but to everyone's amazement, they were shortly joined by Salah himself, when his vehicle swept into the close where they live.

'We were still trying to work out what had happened when Mo arrived.

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Both boys said that they would "do it all over again to meet their hero", even if initial reports state that Fowler may need surgery to reset his nose.

Louis was later treated at Alder Hey Children's Hospital, where he was the "talk of the hospital" because of his encounter.

But he was so carried away by seeing his idol that he ran straight into a lamp-post, and ended up unconscious on the floor.

"He'd seen one of the boys had hurt himself and he had the decency to drive back into the close to check that he was OK". You are a top man and a true gent.

Stepdad Joe Cooper posted two pictures on Twitter of the boys with their hero.

Cooper said: "It was a touch of class on Mo Salah's part to turn round and actively come looking for the boys".

"Mo was very apologetic and caring and was really compassionate towards the boys and made them feel so much better".

"We wanted to say thank you to him from the bottom of our hearts as he made both of them feel much better", Cooper added.

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