Salah Responds To Ramos Comments

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Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is confident he will be fit enough to take part in Egypt's World Cup opener against Uruguay in Yekaterinburg next Friday, Spanish newspaper Marca reported on Saturday.

Salah walked out of the final in Kiev in tears after a controversial clash with Ramos left him nursing a shoulder injury, with the Real Madrid captain infuriating Liverpool fans earlier this week as he appeared to poke fun at his rivals after he was also accused of inflicting concussion on Reds keeper Loris Karius.

As a result, he became a massive doubt for his country's campaign in Russian Federation, though is now fighting to start their opening game against Uruguay on June 15. I wish Salah the best and hope he returns.

The seven-time African champions will kick off their first World Cup campaign since 2000 with the 16 June match against Uruguay, and will then face hosts Russian Federation on 19 June.

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Salah is now bidding to recover as quickly as possible as he looks to make himself available for this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation, which is set to get under way next Friday.

Salah beat Harry Kane to the Premier League Golden Boot award after netting 32 times in his debut season at Merseyside.

Belgium boss Roberto Martinez brought on three substitutes at half-time in Marouane Fellaini, Michy Batshuayi and Nacer Chadli, as the game settled in at a slightly lower-tempo with Egypt getting the better of the second-half chances, but never finding the back of the net.

"Egypt are a good team".

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The Liverpool star, who has been sidelined by a shoulder injury sustained in the Champions League final, gave the promising update in a farewell event hosted by Egypt president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. Maybe like for Spain to win the World Cup.

They begin their Russian campaign on June 15 against twice former winners Uruguay.

Ramos was heavily criticised for his role in the incident, but he said things had "been blown out of all proportion" and that he had exchanged messages with Salah, who had told him everything was OK.

"It's hard to say, but I think our group and togetherness", he said when asked about the strengths of his national team.

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