Mohamed Salah leaves Champions League final in tears with shoulder injury

Mohamed Salah Liverpool Premier League

Mohamed Salah Liverpool Premier League

Mohamed Salah is "confident" his shoulder injury sustained in Liverpool's loss to Real Madrid in Saturday's Champions League won't hold him out for Egypt's campaign at the World Cup.

Salah finished top scorer in the just concluded English Premier League season and was expected to lead the attack line for Egypt when the World Cup kicks off next month in Russian Federation.

The Egyptian national team, preparing for its first World Cup since 1990, posted a picture of Salah on Twitter with the message: "Get well soon".

A controversial action with Sergio Ramos, captain of Real Madrid, ended the illusions and hopes of Salah and all of Liverpool.

The Egyptian forward was obviously in severe pain after his left shoulder slammed hard into the turf.

Liverpool star Salah, the Premier League Golden Boot victor and recipient of multiple end-of-season awards, landed heavily on his left shoulder after tangling with Sergio Ramos.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp admitted the injury was likely a bad one but Egypt are hopeful he could be fit to play this summer. He will stay in Liverpool and will have the rehab period there and then join the Egyptian team camp in Italy.

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"I really feel for him, nobody wants that, [but] that's the situation".

Liverpool coach Klopp believed losing Salah was the turning point. "The shock of the boys was obvious".

"We lost a very important player, like probably Egypt lost for the World Cup a very important player".

"Bale's goal was unbelievable". He also said, it's either the collarbone or the shoulder itself and that it doesn't look good.

Loris Karius did not give his best performance during the final match against Real Madrid on May 26.

"We started well, the first 30-35 minutes I think we did a great job and stopped them from playing and everything. It was a proper chance for us tonight and we didn't take it".

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