The Pharaohs of Egypt will be without their superstar Mohamed Salah for the next days of their CAN 2021 playoff campaign. According to the Egyptian federation, the Liverpool striker, with ankle injury, will miss the matches against Kenya on Thursday. Comoros Monday.
The umbrella body of Egyptian football, however, is reassuring: its star striker remains firmly committed to playing for the national team despite differences at the last World Cup in Russia. Tuesday, incidentally, Salah was present in the suburbs of Alexandria where he attended the training of his teammates.
On October 15, Mohamed Salah suffered an injury to his ankle. An aggravated discomfort this Sunday following a contact with Fernandinho in the clash against Manchester City (3-1) which the Egyptian was the first scorer.
After a disappointing campaign at the 2018 World Cup and the 2019 edition of the CAN, the Pharaohs of Egypt are closely scrutinized. For this CAN 2021, they share the group G which also includes Togo.