May 28, 2018
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Is Salah out of the World Cup?

By Rajsi Swaroop

It’s time for FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia and Vuvuzelas are out but some players and teams are in serious discussion over the injuries of their pawns. One of them is Egypt, whose campaign was single-handedly lifted by Mo Salah to qualify in the world cup after 28 years of the dire strait, but this time his shoulder injury can affect the destiny of Egypt.

The Liverpool star forward Mohammad Salah is in trouble after he picked up a shoulder injury in the UCL final in Kiev, Ukraine against the defending champion Real Madrid. After having a sparkling season in Premier League and the UEFA Champions League, it’s time for Salah to once again shine for the nation.

Salah had a sling in his arm which is extremely harsh at this time but the good news is that Salah took to twitter and tweeted about his comeback for Egypt like a Fighter.

Mo Salah’s tweet-

Salah is assured of his comeback but Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is still in an extreme shock. He said in a post-match press conference, “It’s a really serious injury, which is even worse. Of course, it was a big moment in the game. I know if you say something like that after a game and you lost, it sounds like you are a bit of a bad loser”.

“But, for me, it was a harsh challenge – the arm was there. It was like wrestling a bit. And then Mo was a little bit unlucky falling on his shoulder.

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“I think he is in the hospital for an X-ray. It’s either the collarbone or the shoulder itself. But it’s really not good.”

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Rajsi Swaroop

I am Sports Fan precisely Cricket, Football, Tennis. I want to give my life to the sports media so that India will become a Sporting nation soon.

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