Revealing the details of Mohamed Salah’s injury

The Egyptian national team doctor, Mohamed Abu El-Ela, announced the nature of Mohamed Salah’s injury, as a result of which he left the match between the Pharaohs and Ghana in the African Cup of Nations.

The Egyptian team tied with its Ghanaian counterpart 2-2 in the second round of the group stage, and due to injury, Salah left in the last moments of the first half.

According to what Abu Al-Ela said, Salah suffers from pain in the posterior muscle, and for this reason he and the medical team preferred to leave him immediately for fear of worsening the injury.

The Liverpool star is scheduled to undergo further tests on Friday evening to determine the severity of the injury and when he can return to the field again.

From what Abu El-Ela announced, it can be seen that Salah’s chances of catching the next Cape Verde match, at least, have become very difficult.

Usually, a hamstring injury requires rest for three weeks, and if Salah’s injury is as severe as expected, it is most likely that his participation with Egypt in the African Nations is over.

The matter remains just speculation, awaiting the results of the tests that will determine the fate of the 31-year-old with the Pharaohs in Côte d’Ivoire.

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