Egypt, Nigeria continue to splutter in World Cup warm-ups

Egypt, Nigeria continue to splutter in World Cup warm-ups

Egypt, Nigeria continue to splutter in World Cup warm-ups

Salah then went on to explain the emotions he felt after the injury but stated that he is in better shape now and looking forward to the World Cup, "When I fell to the ground, I had a mixture of physical pain and a lot of concern".

Mohamed Salah has opted not to end his public feud with Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos following their clash in the Champions League final.

After being named in the final 23-man squad, Salah is hopeful of recovering in time to feature in Egypt's first World Cup fixture in 28-years when they meet Uruguay on June 15, before facing Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia in the remainder of their Group A games. "I'm hopeful of being able to play in our first game, but this will depend on how I feel when the day comes around".

"It was not normal [not to qualify for 28 years] because we've won the [African Nations Cup] seven times", Salah said.

While Ramos was largely vilified for his role, he defended his actions and said he had sent a message of support to Salah - whose place in the World Cup came under threat from the injury.

"It was (the worst moment of my career)", Salah began.

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"Our goal is to keep him safe and he will play if he's 100 per cent fit".

Ramos also said that Salah had told him he was "okay" in a text exchange shortly after the final, but the Premier League's Golden Boot victor for 2017-18 has denied these claims.

"Mo Salah is not just a good player, he's an outstanding footballer, he's a world-class footballer after what he's done this season", Martinez said.

Drawn in Group G containing England, Tunisia and tournament debutants Panama, Belgium are expected to cruise into the second round of the June 14-July 15 showpiece.

Get the latest World Cup news updates. "I came off at half-time because I took a knock to my knee, but there's nothing to worry about, it will be better tomorrow", he said. Of course, someone can now say "okay, we've qualified that's it". We want to make history and achieve something different. We are strong as a group, we all have the same goal, to help the team win the game, that is the most important thing.

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