Salah set for comeback in Egypt’s opener against Uruguay

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Egypt’s Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring a goal during the 2018 World Cup Qualifications, Africa group match between Egypt and Congo, at Borg El Ara Stadium, in Alexandria, Egypt, on October 8, 2017. Photo: Reuters

YEKATERINBURG– Egypt forward Mohamed Salah has recovered from a shoulder injury and will play in their World Cup opener against Uruguay, coach Hector Cuper said on Thursday.

“I can almost assure you 100 per cent that he will play, save unforeseen circumstances at the very last minute,” Cuper told a news conference ahead of Friday’s Group A match.

Salah, who scored 44 goals for Liverpool last season, injured shoulder ligaments in the Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid on May 26 and has not played since, keeping fans in suspense before Egypt’s first World Cup finals in 28 years.

Written by Prahlad Rijal
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