Mortada Mansour, in television remarks: "I would like to say to Mohamed Salah, do not forget yourself, you were the reason for the exit of Egypt from the World Cup, do not get you vanity."
"From this you take pictures with him, respect yourself and your family and hermit, and do not forget where you come from, my son above you are a football player coming from the peasants."
"What did the public benefit when they scored with Liverpool? It doesn't help us anymore, especially when you came to Egypt, we lost Saudi Arabia and Russia, and you got scared of injury."
"Mohamed Salah has to know in the end that he is just a football player and nothing more. He should not forget that he is a simple peasant from a simple village. This is his origin. He does not make money and fame forget his origin."
On his website, Bassem Youssef posted a new video clip at the GQ Men Of The Year awards, which was won by Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.
Bassem Youssef presented his Egyptian compatriot Mohamed Salah in a comical way, showing some funny pictures during the announcement of the award.
Mohamed Salah won the Man of the Year award from the renowned magazine, Abu Dhabi, in the presence of many celebrities and art stars.
The new video, published by Bassem Youssef, dances next to the table where Mohamed Salah sits, to the tunes of the song "c'est la vie" by the famous Algerian singer, Cheb Khaled.
Mohamed Salah is absent from the camp of Egypt, where the technical team, led by Hossam Al-Badri, preferred his rest.
The Egyptian is suffering from an ankle injury sustained after a fierce intervention by Leicester defender in the last round of the Premier League.
Social media users received the video, a mixture of anger over Mohamed Salah's participation in a celebration and his absence from the national team, and the welcoming video they described as fun.