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Oct 13, 2018

Mohamed Salah injury ‘not serious’, says Egypt assistant coach

Hany Ramzy insisted Mohamed Salah’s injury, suffered during Egypt’s 4-1 win over Swaziland, is not serious and that the Liverpool player will be fit soon.
Salah ended his four-game goal drought by finding the back of the net direct from a corner in the African Cup of Nations qualifier in Cairo. It
was the side’s fourth in an easy victory, but was overshadowed as the 26-year-old limped off toward the end of the match.
But any fears Egypt and Liverpool fans had were quickly laid to rest the the Pharaohs’ assistant coach.
“It doesn’t look serious. I think it is only a muscle strain but he will undergo medical scans to determine the length of the injury” Ramzy told Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram.
It was his fifth goal in his past four matches for the Pharaohs, but while he has been in brilliant form for his country, he has struggled for his club. Before the clash against Swaziland Salah was without a goal for Liverpool since Sept. 22 something of a slump after his 44 goals in a blistering debut season at Anfield last season.
The 26-year-old is expected to sit out a return match for Swaziland on Tuesday and the next up for Liverpool is a Premier League game away at Huddersfield next Saturday. The Reds will certainly be hoping he takes his record-breaking scoring form for Egypt — Salah’s goal was his 13th in African Cup of Nations qualifying, overtaking the previous Egyptian record by Hossam Hassan — back to Britain.

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