Liverpool’s Mo Salah still unsure whether he will start Egypt’s first match

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Salah then went on to explain the emotions he felt after the injury but stated that he is in better shape now and looking forward to the World Cup, "When I fell to the ground, I had a mixture of physical pain and a lot of concern".

On May 30, the federation had said Salah would be out for "not more" than three weeks, meaning he could miss Egypt's opening World Cup Group A fixture against Uruguay on June 15.

Salah has been working constantly on his shoulder since the injury and hopes "to play the first game against Uruguay", but it will depend on how much progress he makes between now and then.

"We play differently with Hector Cuper than with our previous coach [Shawky Gharib]", the 25-year-old talisman said in an interview with Marca. "We all wish him a speedy recovery and we want to see him in the World Cup".

Salah is now bidding to recover as quickly as possible as he looks to make himself available for this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation, which is set to get under way next Friday.

"Yes it was", Salah said when he was asked that if leaving the pitch was the worst moment of his career.

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He was included in the Egyptian squad announced on Monday.

At the Ulleval stadium in Oslo, Norway, who are not qualified for the World Cup, took a fourth-minute through Joshua King.

But speaking prior to the team's departure for Russia, Salah spoke positively of his chances of lining up in Yekaterinburg.

"Tactically. He's helped me to defend better, but he also finds a way to make it easier to attack". There was also anger and sadness at being unable to continue playing in the Champions League final.

The prospect of a fully-fit Salah is less of a case fro celebration among Group A opponents Uruguay, Russia and Saudi Arabia. "We want to get into the next round and do things well there", he added.

However, after scoring 44 goals in his debut season with Liverpool, he says he wants to make history with his country in Russian Federation - he's not going there with the mentality that reaching finals is enough.

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