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It was reported on Sunday that Salah's results were positive, according to King Fut, who claimed Salah will represent Egypt in Russian Federation.

The German, 24, made two mistakes which helped Real Madrid to a 3-1 win over the Reds in Kiev on Saturday.

Mohamed Salah may take three to four weeks to recover from the shoulder injury that he sustained during Liverpool's Champions League final against Real Madrid, according the club's physiotherapist.

On top of that, Salah could miss the World Cup in Russian Federation after spraining ligaments in his shoulder and will now undergo surgery.

Though Loris Karius' errors proved to be the main talking point after full-time, many pointed to the impact Salah's injury had on the game.

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An online petition urging UEFA and Federation Internationale de Football Association to punish Madrid's Sergio Ramos, whose challenge injured Salah, has reached 400,000 signatures. I've filed a lawsuit and a complaint to Federation Internationale de Football Association. "Your love and support will give me the strength I need", the 25-year-old posted on Twitter.

Egypt's national team's doctor said he was optimistic that Mohamed Salah could play in the World Cup, after the star striker was hurt in the Champions League final.

Egypt battles Uruguay in the Group stage of the 2018 World Cup at 8 a.m. June 15 at Ekaterinburg Arena in Yekaterinburg, Russia. "Despite the odds, I'm confident that I'll be in Russian Federation to make you all proud", Salah tweeted.

Liverpool fans will undoubtedly be bitterly disappointed after missing out on their sixth European Cup title to Real Madrid, however the blow will have been somewhat softened by their recent acquisition of AS Monaco midfielder Fabinho on Monday.

"He said that it looked like we were devastated about Mo but we had to let it go and change because it could not change", Wijnaldum said of Klopp's half-time talk.

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