Mohammed Salah unofficially came third in the Egyptian Presidential elections after more than one million citizens spoiled their ballot paper to vote for the Liverpool star.
Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi was officially announced as the winner in a landslide victory, collecting 92% of the vote to retain his seat.
His opponent Moussa Mustafa Moussa claimed just 3% of the vote, with more people opting to spoil their ballot.
The ex-Roma forward has been in electrifying form this season for Jurgen Klopp’s side this season, scoring 36 goals in 41 games.
He is already a hero in his home country as well after scoring 33 goals in 55 appearances, as well as scoring the last minute penalty against the DR Congo to take them to the World Cup this summer.