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A strange statement by Mohamed Salah in the dressing room of the Egyptian team after the loss against Senegal.. Video

A strange statement by Mohamed Salah in the dressing room of the Egyptian team after the loss against Senegal.. Video

Liverpool’s top scorer and Egypt captain, Mohamed Salah, raised the controversy with a strange statement after losing to Senegal in the last round of qualifying for the World Cup with penalty kicks and for the second time in less than two months after losing in the African Nations Cup final with penalty kicks and in front of the same team as well.


And the official account of the English Premier League, via Twitter, published a video of Mohamed Salah’s meeting with the Egyptian players in the dressing room, after losing the Senegal match, and he said during the video: “I am very proud that I played with you in the team, and there are also players like Abdullah Saeed and a large number of The players are very proud and it was an honor for me to play with them, and what happened cannot be interfered with by anyone.”


He added: “Unfortunately, what happened, no one can interfere in it. These are penalty kicks, and for the second time, I do not know what, but I had the honor to play hard with you, whether I was present or not.” After this sentence, a number of the players present interrupted Mohamed Salah, and they assured him That everyone will be there.


It is noteworthy that the Senegalese team had twice overtaken Egypt, by penalty kicks, and in two decisive matches, the first at the end of the African Nations Cup and the second in the play-off match in order to advance to the 2022 World Cup, which prompted the captain of the Egyptian team, Mohamed Salah, to announce his desire to stay away and not Presence in the Egyptian national team.

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