Schoolchildren in Ghana sing the Mo Salah song to the tune of "Sit Down"
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VIDEO: Schoolchildren sing Mo Salah song during class in Ghana

"Sit Down" by James makes it to West Africa.


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— Your Chairman’s Chairman (@OlamideGh) January 16, 2019

In this clip, schoolchildren in Ghana sing the Mo Salah song to the tune of James classic “Sit Down” and perform a routine based on the lyrics.

Singing gleefully at their teacher’s behest, the kids make a running motion and mimic wearing a crown to the words, which are as follows:

Mo Salah, Mo Salah, Mo Salah
Running down the wing
Salah, lah, lah, lah, lah
The Egyptian king

Ghana loves Salah and Mané! https://t.co/VHRY0C2Owg

— Betting Ghana (@betonghana) January 17, 2019

“Sit Down” was the UK’s twentieth highest-selling single of 1991 and has been adopted and adapted by Liverpool fans despite the band behind it originating from Manchester.

Salah is enjoying another hugely productive season at Anfield, firing them to the top of the table with 14 goals in 22 Premier League appearances.

He was the division’s top scorer last season with 32, managing 44 in all competitions as Jürgen Klopp’s Reds reached the Champions League final.