Mercy Side police say there is not enough evidence to punish Liverpool star Mohammed Salah for using the phone while driving
Merseyside police have confirmed they will not pursue Liverpool star Mohamed Salah on charges of using a mobile phone while driving because there is not enough evidence.
The Egyptian star Mohammed Salah was accused of using the mobile phone while driving after the spread of video on social networking sites in August after the victory of the Reds with four goals on West Ham United in the game, which saw the 26-year-old of one of the three goals in The current season of the Premiership.
The video showed some fans surrounding the player’s car as he busied himself with his phone while driving.
However, the police said in a statement: “We talked to a 26-year-old man to comment on the incident of the road to Arcles, which occurred on Sunday the twelfth of last August, and there was not enough evidence to turn to the judiciary, so we did not take any Other procedures, I’ve only been talking to him and advice on using a mobile phone while driving. ”
Mohammed Salah recently won the Puskas Prize for the world’s best goal for 2018, as well as being the third best player in the world by FIFA and the third best player on the continent by the European Union “, In addition to being on the list nominated for the Golden Ball by the magazine” France Football “