Egypt optimistic that Salah will be fit for the 2018 World Cup


 

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The Egyptian national side have tweeted that they are "optimistic" Mohamed Salah's appearance at the 2018 World Cup won't be affected after he suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder in Liverpool's 3-1 Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.

 

The EPL 'Player of the Year' went down after a tussle with Sergio Ramos which left him holding his left shoulder.

 

Despite attempting to play on, Salah quickly realised he was in too much pain and that his night was over. He was substituted on 31 minutes.

After the match, Reds manager Jurgen Klopp explained: "It is something with the shoulder and he would've played on if he could. It doesn't look good.

 


"Mo has gone to hospital for an x-ray. It is either the collar bone or the shoulder itself. It is very bad for Mo, very bad for us, very bad for Egypt."


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