Mohamed Salah reunites with former Liverpool team-mate in new Pepsi advert
Salah and Lovren struck up a formidable friendship between 2017 and 2020 before the 34-year-old centre-back signed for Zenit St Petersburg.
Fans couldn't get enough of watching the iconic duo back together and even called for Jurgen Klopp to bring Lovren back to Liverpool.
Both Salah and Lovren were filmed wandering the streets of Egypt, sampling various foods and drinking Pepsi, during the advert.
The advert finished with Salah and Lovren walking arm in and arm, joking and laughing with each other.
It was nostalgic feeling for the Liverpool fans, who took to social media to write: 'Bring Lovren back just for vibes'.
Another fan added: 'I love this bromance continuing between Mo and Dejan', while one fan simply wrote: 'Miss them so much'.
Salah was equally as sad to see their bromance come to an end following the 2020 transfer window when Lovren signed for Zenit St Petersburg.
Lovren had been with Liverpool for six years but has wanted more regular football after being used predominantly as cover for Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip.
Salah took to social media at the time of Lovren's departure from Liverpool to say: 'I don't know how to say, my friend. I don't know my feeling right now, but we are going to miss you. Especially me.
'You have been an unbelievable player and great friend to me. We are going to miss you a lot. I miss you a lot. I love you so much, and you have been fantastic on and off the pitch.
'Thank you for everything you have done for the club, and everything you did for me. 'I wish you all the best for the future and wish you have a great career as well and enjoy the new club with your family. Thank you very much and see you soon.'
Lovren has had some memorable occasions in a Reds shirt, the most famous being his last-minute winner against Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League back in 2016.
The late header at the Kop end meant Jurgen Klopp's side progressed to the semi-finals of the Europa League on a dramatic night at Anfield - they would go on to lose the final to Sevilla.
Two years later, Lovren formed a partnership with their new £75m signing Van Dijk as Liverpool reached the Champions League final, this time losing out to Real Madrid.
However, Lovren did pick up a Champions League winners medal when the Reds went one further in Madrid, though this time the Croat was an unused substitute.
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