Mohamed Salah out of Liverpool training due to injury

Mohamed Salah out of Liverpool training due to injury
Mohamed Salah out of Liverpool training due to injury

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Egypt and Liverpool’s winger Mohamed Salah has suffered a knock which forced him to sit out the Reds’ latest training match.

The Premier League is resuming on the 17th of June, with Liverpool’s first game is set to be against arch-rivals Everton in the Merseyside derby on the 21st of June.

Players have been preparing and training after almost three months of lockdown in order to wrap up the Premier League campaign.

However, two of the main key players for Liverpool picked up minor injuries that made them sit out of the training including the Egyptian king, Mohamed Salah.

‘’Mo Salah, Andy Robertson and goalkeeper Adrian sat out of today’s’ 11v11 internal friendly at Anfield as a precaution due to minor knocks,’’ Tweeted Ben Dinnery, an expert injury analyst on his official twitter account.

The game ended 1-0 with Sadio Mane scoring the only goal of the game.

Liverpool are currently on the verge of winning the title as they are on the top of the Premier league table with 82 points followed by Manchester City with 57 points.

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