Egypt's Salah goes off injured, teary in Champions League final

Liverpool's Egypt forward Mohamed Salah could miss next month's World Cup in Russian Federation after suffering a suspected shoulder injury in Saturday's 3-1 Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid, his club manager Juergen Klopp has said.

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".

Egyptians held their breath Sunday amid fears star striker Mohamed Salah could miss the World Cup after suffering an injury when wrestled to the ground by Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos in the Champions League final.

Salah was forced to leave the pitch during the first half of the final after landing on his shoulder in a tussle with Sergio Ramos.

Sadness and anger filled cafes where Salah's fans gathered to follow the Champions League final.

Salah has been the prime figure in Liverpool's mammoth performance in the Champions League and in Egypt qualifying for the World Cup in Russian Federation. I didn't see him, maybe he's in the hospital at the moment for an X-ray.

Cristiano Ronaldo consoles Mohamed Salah as he goes off injured in the Champions League final
Cristiano Ronaldo consoles Mohamed Salah as he goes off injured in the Champions League final

Now Salah has added his own voice to echo that hope, saying he'll work hard to prove his fitness and join his national side team-mates at the finals.

Salah's and Egypt's World Cup dreams may also be under threat, depending on the severity of his injury.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said the problem looked "really serious" and, although he was eager to wait for tests, he admitted Salah's prospects of going to Russian Federation were in jeopardy.

Liverpool had made a bright start to the encounter, but Madrid took over after Salah came off, with Gareth Bale's brace - after Sadio Mane had cancelled out Karim Benzema's opener - the difference.

Salah's World Cup campaign with Egypt also seems to be in doubt due to the recovery time. "It does not look good".

Club medical staff spent two minutes attending to Salah out on the pitch but just one minute after play had resumed the Liverpool player fell to the floor clutching his shoulder following a corner kick.

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