Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been declared fit for Egypt’s opening match with Uruguay at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
The fitness boost for the Pharaohs was revealed by the Egyptian Football Association (FA).
Salah had been a doubt for the Group A clash slated for Friday, July 15, after he sustained a shoulder injury during the Reds’ UEFA Champions League (UCL) final loss to Real Madrid on May 26.
The former AS Roma and Fiorentina star has been in sensational form since he became a Liverpool player last summer and Egyptian fans would be banking on him to reprise the form at the tournament in Russia.
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