Sergio Ramos sued for injuring Mohamed Salah

Sergio Ramos sued for injuring Mohamed Salah

Salah was instrumental to Egypt's qualification, scoring the penalty that sealed their place in the Mundial for the first time since 1990.

In 2014, Real Madrid's Xabi Alonso was suspended for the UEFA Super Cup after joining in on the celebrations after the Champions League final, for which he was already banned.

Salah was substituted with just 30 minutes into the game following a challenge with Madrid captain Sergio Ramos that saw him land awkwardly on his shoulder. "Despite the odds, I'm confident that I'll be in Russian Federation to make you all proud", Salah wrote on his official Twitter account on Sunday.

Egypt take on Uruguay in the second match day of the World Cup, but it seems like Salah can not return to training within the next two weeks, according to The Independent.

Salah was then sold to Roma and Mourinho has been under criticism for mistreating the Egyptian at Chelsea, however, the Portuguese manager insisted that he didn't sell the Liverpool talisman and asked pundits to blame his former club.

Right now, it's safe to say that the only other player from Saturday's final having a rougher time on social media than Ramos is Liverpool goalkeeper, Loris Karius, who according to the UK's Independent, has been receiving death threats.

He tweeted: "It was a very tough night, but I'm a fighter".

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Egypt still looks like they will bring along Salah for the campaign, but whether he plays a game or not still remains in question.

Elsewhere, some Twitter users came to the conclusion Russian president Vladimir Putin somehow paid to arrange Salah's injury so the player would not be fit for Egypt's Group A clash with host nation Russia on June 19.

"Liverpool would have won if Salah continued to play", said Mustafa Mohammed, an 18-year-old university student who wept when the Egyptian winger left the game.

Robertson admitted that losing Salah after just half an hour affected his side, but believes that they are "clutching at straws" if they try to blame their eventual 3-1 defeat on the incident.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah grimaces on the ground after injuring himself during the Champions League Final soccer match between Real Madrid and Liverpool at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, May 26, 2018.

The Egyptians face Uruguay in their opening match on June 15.

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