During this unusual time, there's no wrong way to be generous; whether you're able to give aid, support, solidarity or even just your patience, it's much needed.
On this basis, Egypt's player and Liverpool FC Mohamed Salah showed his class off the pitch as he congratulated the Kenyan team in a brilliant gesture after Kenya and Egypt played to a one-all draw at Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi on Thursday.
Furthermore, the renowned player awarded his shirt to Gor Mahia captain Kenneth Muguna, who played the full 90 minutes on Thursday.
The video from inside the Kenyan national team dressing room showing the two times English Premier League top scorer wearing a mask, congratulating the players for their performances while also wishing them good luck after failing to reach the tournament finals.
Later on, Salah gave a speech and was applauded by the players and Kenya Football Federation president Nick Mwendwa before handing his shirt to midfielder Kenneth Muguna, according to international reports.
Watch below this classy gesture as Salah enters the rival team dressing room.