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Mohamed Salah ‘confident’ of being fit in time for World Cup finals

28 May 2018

Among these estimates included the possibility of Salah missing the World Cup, which Egypt sealed qualification for with a famous penalty by Salah in dramatic fashion against Congo.

But it now appears there is a good chance Salah will be able to join his country for the tournament in Russian Federation.

But the player himself remains upbeat about his chances of being involved, tweeting: "It was a very tough night, but I'm a fighter".

"Yes of course I'm proud of what we achieved, of how we came to the final, but if you come to the final you want to win it and the farther you come in the tournament the bigger the disappointment will be - especially in the final, if you lose it the disappointment is really big", the Netherlands global said.

However, Aly Mazhar, a former footballer and a close friend of Salah, announced on his Facebook page on Sunday that scans revealed that the Liverpool star suffers a strain in the shoulder ligaments and that he'll be back on the field in three weeks.

Salah's injury played a major role in Liverpool's failure to win a sixth European Cup.

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"It's unfortunate. It just disrupted our rhythm a wee bit". He finished the season with 44 goals, also setting a new scoring record in the English premier League. We created a few possibilities to score a goal, but I think after the injury of Mo it was really hard for us.

"He has done unbelievable this season and for it to end that way for him was devastating", Robertson added. "Thank you and we will come back stronger".

"When he went out it was one problem less for them, so I think it helped them and it didn't help us". Egypt's first match is against Uruguay on June 15.

Mohamed Salah ‘confident’ of being fit in time for World Cup finals