Celebrities from All Around the World React to Mo Salah’s Injury and It’s Truly Amazing!

Via: Egyptian Streets

By Nada Hamouda

ٍSaturday night was not like all the other Ramadan nights, Egyptians gathered around cafes’ tables and public screening setups to watch the Champions League final. However, the night was ruined the moment Salah was forced off the Pitch with a shoulder injury after being hauled to the ground by Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos. Liverpool ended up losing dramatically 3-1 to Real Madrid in Kiev.

Of course, ruining a night for Egyptians and hurting their legend wasn’t about to go in peace. Egyptians celebrities took social media to showcase their frustration over Salah’s injury and blame Ramos for causing it wishing him a speedy recovery.

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Egypt’s favorite actor, Youssef El Sherif, expressed his irritation by saying that “Ramos represents the bad face of football. And Zidane proved that he has instructed his players to scare Salah off physically. Honestly, losing with respect is way better than winning this way”.

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TV presenter Amr Adib wondered in a tweet how could this be the spirit and ethical code of professional players.”The injury was on purpose. People need to file a complaint against him. How could they accept to win with this disgusting attitude!”

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Egyptian footballer, Mido, said that whoever understands football knows that Ramos injured Salah deliberately.

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Egyptian Actress, Menna Shalby, commented on the matter by wishing Salah a swift recovery. Adding that we all learn from him will, hope, and determination.

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Zamalek’s midfielder, Tarek Hamed, has always been a hard player in terms of safety. After the match, he wished Salah a quick recovery. He added that “There is still much more to come” in a way that seemed like he’s promising to take revenge from Ramos if Egypt’s national team ever met Spain’s.

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Egypt super star, Ahmed Elsaka, seemed overly frustrated as he tweeted: “May you burn in hell, Ramos”.

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Egyptian billionaire, Naguib Sawiris, tweeted that the match has ruined after Salah’s injury, telling him that Egypt has his back. Sawiris also promised that we’re going to get revenge eventually.

Moreover, international public figures have shown support to Salah wishing him the best and here are some of the reactions:

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Apparently, Sergio Ramos had a say towards that harsh reactions, wishing Salah a quick recovery and saying we’re football partners after all.

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Chelsea’s German footballer Antonio Rudiger had a message to Salah.

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English actor and writer, TJ Ramini expressed sadness of how the season ended for Salah.

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English former footballer, Gary Lineker commented on Twitter during the match.

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French basketballer, Nicolas Batum sent prayers to Salah wishing that he could attend the World Cup in Russia.

WE SAID THIS: Initial reports refer that Salah’s treatment will take from 2 to 3 weeks to get fit before Egypt participation in the World Cup.

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