People at the food cart cook during the predawn suhoor meal. AFP / Ahmed HASAN
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Egyptian football fans readied to cheer on national hero Mohamed Salah in Saturday's Champions League clash and tuck into food from a cart whose owner vowed they'd "never eat alone".The cart, which only operates between 11 p.m. and 3 a.m., is emblazoned with Sayed's red-and-green design, after the Liverpool football club logo."The first week of business we were running at a loss, but with word of mouth and social media, it has really picked up," Adel added.He was counting on Liverpool being crowned European champions against first-time finalists Spurs, after a heartbreaking loss to Real Madrid in last year's final in which Salah went off injured.Salah scored the first goal.
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