Egypt Officials are very optimistic about Mo Salah’s injury condition, Egypt’s official Twitter account quoted Dr Mohammed Abu Ola as giving the positive injury update.
The Liverpool talisman was dragged to the ground by Real captain, Sergio Ramos and Salah landed awkwardly on his shoulder.
Klopp Said the injury was very bad for Liverpool and also bad for Egypt, “injury is part of the sport but i dont like this part of the sport” he sad.
Real Madrid star Ramos, 32, has been accused by many fans who believe he intentionally set out to injure Liverpool’s key man out of the game, Ramos denied the allegation.
Real treble winning champions league winner later tweeted: “Sometimes Football shows you it’s good side and other times the bad. Above All, we are fellow pros #GetWellSoon #MoSalah”
BT Pundits said Ramos wouldn’t have deliberately injured Mo Salah when Garry Linaker asked the question. It’s a hard one to call if Ramos was set out to take Mo Salah out of the game but the bitter fact was that Mo’s absence caused a serious psychological problem for the team, and the goal keeper gifted them two goals.
As Steven Gerard rightly said, Liverpool was on the front foot and in control before Mo’s injury, they were pressing high up the field and looking more dangerous.
Mo was so fire up for the final that He tried to play on but the pain was a bit too much to continue. He eventually fell to the ground crying and had to be substituted with Adam Lallana just 30 minutes in to the game following the challenge by Sergio Ramos.
Kop boss Jurgen Klopp said at the time: “He would have played on if anything was possible. He has gone for an X-Ray but it doesn’t look good.”
Salah, 25, immediately underwent scans and the Reds’ medical staff were left optimistic over his condition, according to Egypt’s national team doctor.
The Liverpool talisman was said to be “alarmed” at his shoulder injury, he left the stadium crying, having also broken down in tears on the pitch where he was being consoled by his team mates and Real players, notably Ronaldo as he walks off the pitch.