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Mohamed Salah shows why he is nicest man in football by sending boots to Syrian child, 8, who lost leg in bomb attack

MOHAMED SALAH has once again gone the extra mile to put a smile on a fan's face with the gift of a signed boot to a young supporter injured in a bomb attack.

Eight-year-old Hamis al Gacir lost a leg as the result of bombing for the Assad Regime Forces in Idlib, Syria.

Fitted with a prosthetic leg, the youngster escaped to the nearby Turkish province of Hatay.

This week, Hamis received a thoughtful gift from Liverpool winger Salah in a heartfelt show of support during such a difficult time.

The Egyptian ace sent over a signed boot attached to a framed poster featuring illustrations of the footballer.

Crampons also came with the boot to help the youngster attach it to his prosthetic leg and kick a ball with his hero's boot.

Hamis gaves a thumbs-up while posing for photos with the gift while donning full Liverpool kit.

This is not the first time Salah has lent a helping hand to those in need.

The 27-year-old has donated significant funds to build a hospital and school in his hometown of Nagrig.

In March of 2018, he handed over £500,000 for medical equipment to treat child cancer at Cairo's 57357 Hospital.

More recently, Salah's wife Magi gave birth to their second daughter - nine months after the 4-0 demolition of Barcelona - to join first daughter Makka.

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