Mohamed Salah took out in the first half of the FA Cup final because of an injury. After the Reds’ defeat at Wembley, the striker might miss the remaining two games of the season. Due to a strain groin, Egypt’s Mohamed Salah was force to withdraw from the Wembley showdown with Chelsea on Saturday. During the Premier League championship fight with Manchester City with the Champions League final against Real Madrid looming, Klopp’s team will hope for the best.
Mohamed Salah had to be substitute in the first half of the FA Cup final because of a groin injury. As Jurgen Klopp’s team aims to win the Premier League and Champions League and achieve a historic quadruple, the Egyptian’s departure caused much alarm among Liverpool supporters. Liverpool will play Southampton and the Wolves in the Premier League over the next eight days before confronting Real Madrid in the Champions League last.
When Salah collapsed in agony in the 30th minute of the final at Wembley, the score remained 0-0. As soon as the forward seemed in severe pain, it became clear that he was out of the final. A substitute, Diogo Jota, was use in his place as Liverpool awaited news of his injury.
How many more games will Mohamed feature in for Liverpool?
Klopp stated his optimism during the game that Salah would be able to play for Liverpool again this season. He addressed the media after the game. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said on ITV: “Mo arrived, and he said he could continue, but he felt a tiny bit.” “I’m hoping he’ll be OK.”
To what extent does Liverpool depend on Salah?
With 30 goals in all competitions, Salah has spearheaded the Reds’ quest for four trophies this season. Besides the FA Cup, Liverpool hopes he will be fit for three more crucial matches in 2021-22.
Klopp insists Salah, despite being taken off during the triumph in the FA Cup final
He minimized injuries to Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah after their FA Cup final victory against Chelsea on Saturday. Despite the absence of any other players, the English Premier League’s all-time leading scorer fell and got treatment on his right knee before he could stand on his own two feet.
At halftime, the game was goalless, but Liverpool went on to win on penalties when Diogo Jota replaced Mohamed Salah. The health of both Virgil Van Dijk and Mohamed Salah was question when substitute late in regulation time. However, manager Jürgen Klopp remained unconcerned.
Liverpool is still on the hunt for the Premier League championship with two games left in the next week, and they face Real Madrid in the Champions League final on May 28.
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