Salah: Coming Off Injured In UCL Final Worst Moment Of My Career

Salah: Coming Off Injured In UCL Final Worst Moment Of My Career

The 25-year-old Liverpool star suffered a shoulder injury in the Champions League final after a collision with Sergio Ramos. It was a big blow for Egypt as well with the World Cup looming but Salah is on his recovery and should be available for the major tournament.

Ramos was also widely condemned for his part in the injury with a petition set up urging UEFA to punish the centre-back receiving over 300,000 signatures.

Ramos even suggested that Salah could have played on if he'd had pain-killing injections at halftime.

'It's amusing...' Salah told Marca.

"He sent me a message, but I never told him it was "fine, '" Salah, who also labelled Ramos" comments as "funny", told Marca on Saturday.

"Yes, it was", he added. I was also angry and sad that I couldn't continue playing.

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah turned up for Egypt training in Cairo on Saturday ahead of the Pharaohs' departure for the World Cup in Russian Federation but didn't take part, AFP witnessed.

"Now I'm feeling better", Salah told the Spanish daily.

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"It's hard to say, but I think our group and togetherness".

Egypt's World Cup friendly preparation is over as they look to their group opener against Uruguay on June 15.

"It's amusing", he said when asked on Ramos direct comments on the incident.

"I think we have a great team and a great coach; we want to qualify for the next round and do well".

Belgium's captain and talisman, Eden Hazard, has likened Roberto Martínez's squad to England's famed "golden generation" of players but believes his team-mates can deliver in Russian Federation when the World Cup begins next week. "I promise to do my best for our people". "We are in preparation but we will be ready for the World Cup". "We want to get into the next round and do things well there", he added.

At the Ulleval stadium in Oslo, Norway, who are not qualified for the World Cup, took a fourth-minute through Joshua King.

"In my head, the pressure is to achieve something different from what we have done before". Not just going there, three games and thank you very much.

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