Mo Salah limps off after scoring for Egypt directly from a corner



However, Salah has bagged himself a morale-boosting goal on worldwide duty today as he's scored a stunning effort straight from a corner during Egypt's African Cup of Nations qualifier against Swaziland.

The Liverpool forward enjoyed a good game, scoring direct from a corner as Egypt thrashed the African minnows 4-1 in the African Cup of Nations qualifier. He received treatment and tried to shake off the problem but left the field soon after, in injury time.

Salah has struggled for goals at Liverpool this season having won the Golden Boot with 32 Premier League goals in the 2017/18 campaign, and has failed to find the target in his last four games for Jurgen Klopp's side.

Assistant coach Hany Ramzy told Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram he thinks "it is only a muscle strain but he will undergo medical scans to determine the length of the injury".

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But Salah's night came to a premature end when he went down injured late in the game, appearing to hold his hamstring.

"He will be examined to determine the details, but in my opinion it is not risky".

Liverpool entered the worldwide break third in the Premier League, level on points with Manchester City and Chelsea but behind them by virtue of their slightly inferior goal difference.

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