Heartwarming moment The Liverpool fan describes Mohamed Salah's crucial Champions League goal against Napoli against his blind cousin because they are celebrating together wildly
- A moving video was recorded at the moment a blind fan celebrated the opening of Mo Salah
- The fan can be seen celebrating while his nephew talks in his ear to explain the purpose
- The uplifting video clearly attracted many people during the rounds on social media
- One user wrote: & # 39; That is special. I am a fan of Everton and I have tears in it. & # 39;
- Salah's goal was the only match when Liverpool defeated Napoli to qualify
Jordan Seward for Mailonline
This is the heart-warming moment when a visually handicapped Liverpool fan was arrested who celebrated Mohamed Salah's goal against Napoli while his relative described it to him.
In the video, Liverpool supporters can jump up and down in pandemonium while they celebrate taking the lead before targeting the blind fan.
He is laughingly watched as his cousin embraces him and talks in his ear to explain Salah's opening goal on Tuesday night.
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This is the heart-warming moment that a blind Liverpool fan (in gray) was celebrated
His cousin was seen in his ear to describe the opening goal of Mo Salah against Napoli
Fans were moved by the uplifting video and it quickly did the rounds on social media
Fans were moved by the uplifting video and it quickly became a hit on social media with great use of it as an example of how football can bring people closer together.
A message from the video said: & # 39; This blind fan who celebrates Salah's goal after his friend has told him about the piece is amazing! The beautiful game. & # 39;
Fans hurried to comment with a supporter who said: "That's special. I am a Blue (Everton fan) and I have tears in it. & # 39;
Another fan said: & # 39; This is one of the best things I've seen in a minute. Bless. & # 39;
The forward Liverpool showed great feet to dance in the area before fitting into the net
Salah's strike turned out to be the winner and was enough for Liverpool to qualify for the next round
The blind Liverpool fan was clearly moved by the reactions and later reacted to Twitter with the writing: "Nice to read all the comments about the video. It is my cousin who tells me that it was who scored. I can see a little bit but not great. I did not know the camera had us. & # 39;
Salah's crucial attack turned out to be the winner and was enough to see Liverpool move on to the next round of the Champions League.
A similar video appeared about the World Cup and touched the hearts of many.
It showed a deaf-blind Brazilian football fan who enjoyed their group game against Costa Rica through the help of an interpreter who showed him what was going on on a miniature model of the field.