Salah declared fit to face Russian Federation

Mohamed Salah Egypt 2018

Real Madrid and Spain captain Sergio Ramos was the man who inflicted the shoulder injury that put Salah's World Cup at risk.

Egypt, missing the spark of Mohamed Salah but proving resolute at the back, conceded a late goal to slump to a bitter 1-0 loss to Uruguay in their World Cup opening game in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg on Friday.

Leheta said: "Salah participated in training with his team-mates for the entire session and he is ready to play against Russian Federation according to technical staff".

But the 25-year-old is expected to return to Egypt's stating line up when they take on hosts Russian Federation on Tuesday.

The first match of the group and the tournament saw World Cup host Russian Federation unexpectedly blast Saudi Arabia by a count of 5-0 on Thursday.

It's worrying signs for Egypt as they scored only one goal in the absence of Mo Salah.

Iran remained unbeaten during their qualifying campaign for the 2018 World Cup, clinching victories in 12 games while drawing the other six matches. The ball found its way to Luis Suarez at the back post but he screwed his shot tamely into the side netting.

Uruguay looked most threatening on the occasions when Egypt looked to press higher up the pitch, allowing the South Americans to play around them and gallop into the space left behind. Egypt is now the third before Saudi Arabia, the fourth. Russia's game is fateful and hard because of our defeat against Uruguay. Tabarez called it "secondary statistics".

Heading into the opening clash of the second day, Egypt are expected to face a uphill task as they would be featuring in their first World Cup match since 1990.

Uruguay were guilty of being overly pedestrian and pedestrian with their passing, though, while they were also hampered by a lack of natural width as Nahitan Nandes and Giorgian De Arrascaeta continually drifted infield. "We've broken the spell".

Salah was forced to leave the stadium teary-eyed after the first 30 minutes of the game. Cuper didn't use it as an excuse. And Cuper hinted on Thursday that it was the player who had the final say whether to play. "During the preparations (for the World Cup), we did everything possible to deal with the fasting". His involvement in today's match is in question.

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