With his participation in the World Cup in Russian Federation called into question after a shoulder injury, Egyptian superstar Mo Salah is working hard to be fit to help his team in the opening match against Uruguay on Friday.
Salah teased the camera with a suggestive wink as speculation mounts regarding whether he will be fit enough in time for Egypt's crunch opening game against Uruguay on Friday. We are watching the situation closely with the doctor. "He trains indoors as well in the gym, and today he trained on the pitch", he continued.
"Even if Salah is at his best, it is going to be hard for Egypt to get out of this group, in their first World Cup since 1990".
Ever since picking up the injury, Salah has been in a constant battle to be ready for the global showcase, and while he may yet feature in the tournament, his participation in Egypt's Group A encounter against Uruguay remains doubtful. "However, I can not confirm today that he will play in the first match", Lehita said of the 25-year-old, who scored 44 goals for Liverpool last season. So I thought to myself, I have quite a few games to play before the end of the season, I can break the all-time record!
"Everything looks good. His condition is comfortable, but playing against Uruguay is uncertain", he said, via Goal.