Al-Sisi won 92% of the vote, per The Economist, but more than one million people spoiled their ballots, with many exercising their democratic right to protest by scribbling Salah's name in the box instead. Salah further raised his stock Saturday after scoring against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. The 25-year-old scored in his 21st game of the season against the Eagles, equalling a record currently held by Cristiano Ronaldo and Robin van Persie.
Egypt flags. Limbs everywhere. Liverpool fans absolutely adore Mo Salah. Who wouldn’t? pic.twitter.com/v3lkJeCnrwMarch 31, 2018