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Colombia’s Juan Cuadrado sad about Mohamed Salah’s injury

Juan Cuadrado Mohamed Salah

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’s former Chelsea teammate expressed his sadness after the Egyptian winger sustained a shoulder injury right before the start of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Salah suffered an injury in the 29th minute of the UEFA Champions League final after being taken down by Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos.

READ | Colombia’s Carlos Bacca: Egypt is a tough team even without Salah

In the replay, it had appeared that both players had locked arms during the takedown, a move some believe was intentional by Ramos to injure Salah and essentially eliminate Liverpool’s best player.

“What happened to Mohamed Salah makes us feel bad since he may not represent his national team during the World Cup,” Cuadrado said.

The Colombian player and his teammates are having their final World Cup preparations as they will face Egypt in a friendly match on June 1st.

Cuadrado who is a key player for will be playing his second World Cup after guiding his country to the quarter-finals in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

In addition to being a hardcore football fan, Abdelrahman is a communications enthusiast who works in marketing, advertising, content creation and PR.



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  2. jaime almario

    May 31, 2018 at 12:43 AM

    This Men Sergio Ramos IS a derty player I Sow The game and his sastifectinon when salab walks out of the field
    Ramos must be stopped from the World cup competition this player no have the guts to competiv with the best.

  3. Moataz

    May 31, 2018 at 7:49 PM

    “In the replay, it appeared that both players locked arms”?. Are you kidding me?. So it was Salah’s fault as much as it was Ramos’s? . You along the Serbian referee (without seeing the replay) are the in tiny minority that saw it that way

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