3. Mohammed Salah
Just like all Muslims on the list, Salah doesn’t drink, he is instead keen on his health and nutrition. “Nutrition is so important, it’s part of the game,” Salah says. “It has helped with my recovery, allowed me to sleep better and helped my body adapt quickly.”
He adds, “My nutritionist says that because I don’t have any fat on my body, I can eat what I want. I also don’t drink so it’s fine.”
2. Harry Kane
While some footballers go wild when they hit the big time, Tottenham and England striker has revealed that he can’t remember the last time he went to a club.
“If I need to relax, I take my dogs out for a walk or I play a round of golf. I can’t remember the last time I went to a club. Obviously, everyone is different but I love just settling down and having a barbecue with friends at my house.”
Asked if he enjoys a beer on holiday, Kane replied: “Not me, I’m probably not allowed. I’ll just stick to Coke.”
1. Franck Ribery
Franck Ribery has reverted to Islam in 2006 after marrying a Muslim woman of Moroccan origin. He once told his Bayern Munch teammates to keep the alcohol, which is forbidden by his religion, away from him when they were celebrating Bundesliga title.
In addition, The French Muslim football player Franck Ribery has opened an alcohol-free bar that would serve fruit juices in his hometown of Boulogne-sur-Mer, with the aims of encouraging the French people to abandon alcohol drinking.