This might be a potentially catastrophic turn of events. There was no visible contact with other players, and there were no obvious indicators of a muscle pull as the 31-year-old player exited the field following an unsuccessful counterattack. As a result, the precise nature of the injury is unknown.
During the game and a half that he played for the Pharaohs at this year’s African Cup of Nations, the player who led Liverpool in scoring revealed a clear sign of discontent.
Despite the fact that he was fortunate enough to assist the opening goal and easily converted a penalty in the first game against Mozambique, Salah appeared discouraged during the entire match. This feeling lingered for forty-five minutes against Ghana, during which there was no goal scored.
It is currently unknown whether Salah has been suffering from an injury for the entirety of the tournament or whether he is simply overwhelmed by the fact that he has participated in 34 matches for both his club and his country this season.
Fans can only hope that Salah will return to Merseyside without any injuries, regardless of how well Egypt does in overcoming their bad start to the competition. This is the only thing that fans can hope for.