MOHAMED SALLAH MIGHT MISS OUT OF WORLD CUP
Liverpool Striker Mohamed Sallah might have ended his wold cup dreams yesterday night after sustaining an injury on the field of play, during UEFA Champions league final in KIEV. The Egyptian Striker was fouled by Sergio Ramos in the 27th minutes of the first half. Sallah sustained a right shoulder injury and was substituted in the 30th minute by his coach.
It was a sad moment for all Liverpool fans, Egyptians and Sallah fans around the world, as they couldn't enjoy to see their star walk out in tears. Social media was in agog as many fans criticize the brutality of Sergio Ramos on the player. Although official announcement by Liverpool or Egyptian FA about the seriousness of the injury has not been confirmed but it has been rumoured due to the injury type, that Mohamed Sallah might miss this year's world cup.
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