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Regining champions Real Madrid's path to a win in the Champions League final got a lot clearer as a result of the controversial injury, in which Salah got tangled up with Sergio Ramos, with the latter falling on top of him and pinning him down.
Egyptian "King" Mo Salah was forced to leave the pitch after just 30 minutes of last night's Champions League final, causing an uproar from across the football community.
Dani Carvajal's hopes of playing at the World Cup with Spain are also in doubt after the Real Madrid right-back pulled up with a leg injury in the first half.
Salah scored 10 goals in the Champions League this season, but the closest he went in the final was a blocked shot before his early exit. He could miss the World Cup. Maybe he is in the hospital at the moment getting x-ray.
Liverpool are yet to release an official update on Salah's injury.
Cristiano Ronaldo consoles Mohamed Salah as he goes off injured in the Champions League final
Aziz wished a speedy and full recovery for Salah, and that he would lead the Egyptian team to glory at the World Cup.
Egypt Independent reported that Sawiris expressed disagreement with calls for Salah to break his fast on the Liverpool-Real Madrid match day.
Egyptian Salahtweeted on Sunday: "It was a very tough night, but I'm a fighter".
The Pharaohs are pooled alongside Russia, Saudi Arabia and Uruguay in Group A. They play their first game against the South Americans on 15 June.
Speaking to BT Sport after the game Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp confirmed that the injury to the 25-year-old is a serious one. "It doesn't look good".
Egyptian FA said that Salah had sprained shoulder ligaments while Egypt's Youth and Sports Minister Khaled Abd El-aziz said on his Facebook page: "It is expected Salah will need 2 weeks for treatment". I feel for him, he is a fantastic boy.
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