Mohamed Salah's boots added to Egyptian collection at the British Museum

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The footwear, belonging to the Gharbia-born Liverpool FC striker - and recent victor of the Premier League's Golden Boot award - will be displayed alongside ancient Egyptian sandals, and various other priceless objects in Room 61 of the British Museum, from next week.

Salah has also attained national-treasure status in Egypt after his late penalty in a 2-1 win over DR Congo secured his country's qualification to this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.

The Liverpool star's footwear has been donated to the London institution after he won the Premier League Golden Boot, with a record haul of 32 goals in 38 appearances.

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The Egypt global has impressed this season, winning the Premier League golden boot with a record 32 goals.

"Liverpool have a big chance to win the Champions League against Real Madrid", he told beIN Sports MENA.

He's been nicknamed the "Egyptian King" by Liverpool fans, but match-winner Mo Salah's crowning glory could be seeing his treasured boots on display in one of the world's most prestigious museums.

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"Salah will shortly lead his national team, known as The Pharaohs, to the World Cup Finals".

Spencer added on Twitter, "Amidst the statues of pharaohs in @britishmuseum Sculpture Gallery, great to have boots of modern Egyptian icon @MoSalah".

"This acquisition builds on our recent project to acquire objects to tell the story of day-to-day life in 20th and 21st century Egypt", said Spencer.

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