The Liverpool players enjoyed themselves in the Wembley dressing room after winning the FA Cup on Saturday.

The Reds picked up their second domestic trophy of the season, beating Chelsea 6-5 in a penalty shootout after the match finished 0-0.

Zakaria was involved in the celebrations in the Liverpool dressing room

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Zakaria was involved in the celebrations in the Liverpool dressing room

Salah made the classy gesture to his former teammate, who has motor neurone disease

Salah made the classy gesture to his former teammate, who has motor neurone disease

The quadruple is still very much on with a Champions League final against Real Madrid to come later this month, while the Premier League title race is going down to the wire.

For now, Liverpool will be celebrating the FA Cup success and there were some brilliant scenes from the dressing room posted on social media.

Mohamed Salah invited a special guest to the join in the celebrations, former Egypt teammates Moamen Zakaria.

The 34-year-old, who made 12 appearances for the national team, was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND).

Salah posted a video of Zakaria joining in the party while holding the trophy and being wheeled around by his Liverpool teammates.

Liverpool will now be sweating on the fitness of Salah

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Liverpool will now be sweating on the fitness of Salah

The Reds still managed to get their hands on the FA Cup trophy

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The Reds still managed to get their hands on the FA Cup trophy

The club also posted a video of the players singing the ‘Allez! Allez! Allez!’ chant as they toasted their success.

Salah himself started the match with Chelsea, but was forced off through injury in the first half.

It will be a huge worry for the Reds with three very important games to come, two in the Premier League over the next week and then the Champions League final.

“Mo came and he said he could carry on, but I felt a little thing,” Klopp told ITV. “I hope he will be fine.”

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