An Egyptian student has payed a graffiti art tribute to football legend Mohamed Salah on the wall of a school in Gharbiya, named the “Mohamed Salah Industrial High School” as Salah had studied there, ElWatan news reported.
Khaled Abdel Monsef al-Saadawy, a 20-year-old student at Tanta University’s Faculty of law, spent seven hours a day for nine days in a row to paint the graffiti portrait, he told ElWatan.
Bad weather proved to be a significant challenge during the project, he said, adding that it was also his first time he worked on a scaffold.
Last year after Mohamed Salah scored remarkable penalty that qualified Egypt for last summer’s World Cup, his hometown in Gharbiya renamed the school in his honor, celebrating Salah’s exceptional success.
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