MO SALAH melted hearts as he played football with amputee children ahead of the Uefa Super Cup.
Chelsea's Kurt Zouma, N'Golo Kante and Mason Mount also got involved with the touching gesture as kids with crutches got to have a kickabout with their idols.
The two sides have been training in Istanbul ahead of tonight's Super Cup at Besiktas' 41,900-capacity BJK Vodafone Park.
And one lad who has no legs showed off his skills with the Champions League final star, returning headers and using his hands.
While another set of kids with one leg could be seen using their crutches to swing their leg at the ball.
The heartwarming sight was part of a Uefa Foundation initiative ahead of tonight's game with members of the Turkis Sports Federation for the Physically Disabled.
The players clearly loved the gesture and after meeting amputee Agit Siyar Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud tweeted: "Great to meet you @AgitSiyaragit.
"Never give up as you said and keep believe little bro. Bless you."
As winners of the Champions League, Liverpool face the Europa League winners Chelsea in tonight's clash.
'CAN'T LOVE THIS GUY ENOUGH'
Frank Lampard's side are coming into the game fresh off a 4-0 hiding from Manchester United and with a point to prove in Turkey.
Liverpool won their opening Premier League game of the season, beating Norwich 4-1 at Anfield and play tonight's game before heading back to England to take on Southampton on Saturday.
Fans were really impressed with Salah on social media.
One fan tweeted: "From a United fan I have so much respect for @MoSalah."
Another said: "I can't love this guy enough."
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