Mohamed Salah now trains at 3am as the Liverpool star fasts Ramadan
Mo Salah is a devout Muslim. He even fasted in 2018 during Egypt's run in the World Cup in RUssia and like every year, the star forward is fasting this year as well.
He took to his Instagram stories at 2am to share his new workout regime. Salah can be seen hanging from the top bar in the middle of his pull-up set. The Egyptian has been working at his home to stay in shape for the rest of the football season.
Last year, there was a lot of speculation over whether Salah was going to fast during the final game of the Champions League which prompted Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp to issue a statement.
"There is no problem with the fast of my players, I respect their religion, they were always wonderful and they offered the best whether they were fasting or not," Klopp said.
"Religion is private, how I understand it," he said in his pre-match press conference. "Nothing to say about that but all fine, you will see him out there. In training he is full of power - you need to be the day before a final."
The 27-year-old was also photographed decorating his house for Ramadan this year.
Before the season was halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Liverpool secured a 25-point lead, which is the biggest lead held by the first-placed team in Premier League history.
However, the Premier League is reportedly putting contingency plans in place in the event of the 2019-20 season being cancelled because of Covid-19, which would also see Liverpool being handed their long-awaited winning trophy.