Beardless wonder: Mo Salah shaves his beard, and the internet is in shock

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Beardless wonder: Mo Salah shaves his beard, and the internet is in shock

Liverpool and Egypt star Mohamed Salah has sent the internet into a condition of stun just by shaving his beard, posting an image of his new, crisp confronted appearance on Sunday. 

Salah posted an image of himself looking clean-shaven to his 23 million follwers on Instagram on Sunday morning. 

Fanatics of the 'Egyptian King' are progressively used to seeing him wearing rough mid-length facial development, and the change plainly came as a stun. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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One Twitter client shared the image, declaring: "Seeing @MoSalah without a facial hair resembles seeing a turtle without a shell." 

Salah's Instagram post amassed well more than 1 million likes in the space of only two or three hours. Some responded with messages, for example, "Are you Salah," written in Turkish. 

Partner Dejan Lovren even included a saucy burrow, stating: "alright, presently I trust you are 26." 

A few fans were unmistakably stricken with the new look, with one individual composition: "Still adorable x." 

Salah seems to have given his facial hair the slash after he helped Liverpool come back to winning routes against Bournemouth at Anfield on Saturday. 

The Reds went into the amusement having drawn their last two association matches, being surpassed by title rivals Manchester City at the highest point of the Premier League table. 

Be that as it may, they ran out agreeable 3-0 victors against Bournemouth, with Salah including the third objective from the get-go in the second half, which was the productive Egyptian's twentieth strike in all rivalries this season. 

Man City could overwhelm Liverpool at the highest point of the table later on Sunday, when they meet Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium. Be that as it may, the Reds will have an amusement close by on their adversaries.

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