Sport Salah: Mane injury bad for everyone

20:16  12 october  2017
20:16  12 october  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

Salah admits Mane injury is tough but is ready to fight

  Salah admits Mane injury is tough but is ready to fight Liverpool winger Mohammed Salah has admitted that the injury suffered by Sadio Mane is “bad news” but ensures that the Liverpool team is ready to “fight” hard for a positive result against rivals Manchester United on Saturday, according to a report on the Liverpool Echo. Salah has started the season well and has managed to find the back of the net four times in the Premier League so far. Mane has been ruled out for up to six weeks with a hamstring injury which he picked up during international duty with Senegal. The 25-year-old Egyptian winger is now ready to lead the charge against the Red Devils and is high on confidence after firing his country to the 2018 World Cup over the international break. “It’s a big game on Saturday, everyone in the world will watch the game. It’s a big game for us too because we have to keep fighting and improve our results. I hope we can get the win,” said Salah. “We always fight in each game, but this game is a big game and can make a difference for us. We have to improve our place in the table. We have to fight and try to win the game,” he added. Salah has been a bright spark in a shaky start to the season for the Merseyside club and has already won two Standard Chartered Player of the Month awards.

Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has admitted that Sadio Mane 's hamstring injury is " bad news" for the club. He told me then he was injured so that's bad news for everyone ," Salah told reporters. "But that's football and anything can happen.

Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah insists the team must quickly move on from the injury loss of fellow forward Sadio Mane for the foreseeable future. He told me then he was injured , so that's bad news for everyone .

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Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah insists the team must quickly move on from the injury loss of fellow forward Sadio Mane for the foreseeable future.

Jurgen Klopp's plans for Saturday's visit of rivals Manchester United - live on Sky Sports Premier League - were dealt a severe blow when Mane returned from Senegal duty with a hamstring injury, ruling him out for six weeks.

Mane has established himself as a key player since his arrival from Southampton last year, scoring 13 league goals last season despite missing January because of the Africa Cup of Nations and his campaign ending in early April by a knee injury which required surgery.

Sadio Mane to miss six weeks with hamstring injury

  Sadio Mane to miss six weeks with hamstring injury Liverpool have been dealt a major injury blow as Sadio Mane is set for up to six weeks on the sidelines after picking up a hamstring injury on international duty, the club have confirmed. Mane was named the Premier League’s Player of the Month for August after an impressive start to the season, netting in each of his first three league games. Away on international duty over the last week with Senegal, Mane played a crucial part as they beat Cape Verde 2-0 but was forced off at the death after suffering a hamstring injury. Further tests indicate that the injury is severe and the pacey winger will now miss approximately six weeks of action, which is a major loss for Liverpool. Mane will miss this weekend’s visit of Manchester United, the trip to Tottenham next week along with games against Huddersfield and West Ham in addition to both Champions League group stage games against Maribor. If initial predictions are accurate, Mane could return for the game against Southampton on November 18th, but the visit of Chelsea on the 25th seems a more likely return date.

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The forward scored in his first three Premier League matches this season before his red card at Manchester City, while the subsequent three-match ban slowed his progress.

But his absence, which will see him miss matches against top-four rivals United, Tottenham and Chelsea, will still be keenly felt at Anfield this weekend.

Salah, the club's leading scorer with six goals, told "I texted him when he was at the national [team] and then when he came back. He told me then he was injured, so that's bad news for everyone.

"But that's football and anything can happen. Now we have to focus on the game and keep moving forward."

In Mane's absence, Philippe Coutinho could be restored to the wide-left position he previously occupied before dropping into midfield to accommodate the two fast wingers.

Coutinho and Brazilian compatriot Roberto Firmino returned from international duty in South America injury-free and the pair were both able to train on Thursday.

Fellow internationals Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Marko Grujic, Ragnar Klavan, Simon Mignolet, Dominic Solanke and Georginio Wijnaldum also rejoined the main group.

Defender Dejan Lovren is understood to be fine after returning on Wednesday, following an Achilles problem, having played 90 minutes in Croatia's 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Ukraine.

Klopp 'proud' of Salah's international heroics .
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has spoken of his pride after seeing Mohamed Salah send his native Egypt to the 2018 World Cup, Goal reports. The tricky winger was the hero of his country in midweek, as a 95th minute penalty to defeat Congo 2-1 helped Egypt to secure their qualification for the World Cup. “Very proud. Did anybody see the six-minute video summary of the game? I never saw a celebration like this for 1-0 after 60 minutes – I thought it was a Golden Goal in a World Cup final!” “Then, after 87 minutes they made the equaliser, obviously not a nice moment. Then, 94 minutes, I never saw a celebration of a penalty like this until someone said, ‘by the way, we still have to score.” Salah has enjoyed a good start to the season upon his return to the Premier League, and has been incredibly influential. His move from Roma is appearing to be a coup for Liverpool, who will hope to climb up the table in the coming weeks. “I nearly had a heart attack, I thought I had to go down there and take the situation. But he did it and I would say in this moment he is our No.1 penalty taker.” The Reds take on Manchester United at Anfield on Saturday afternoon, and will hope to make up some important ground on the top four in the process. “That pressure was unbelievable, he did really well, and after 27 years it’s fantastic news for Egypt.” “That’s a really good generation that they have there and they should go to the World Cup but, how it always is, first you have to be qualified. Now they are there it’s obviously a good moment.” Klopp will be relying on Salah to come up with the goods again, given that his fellow winger Sadio Mane has been ruled out for six weeks with a hamstring injury.

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