Mohamed Salah is not world-class, says Cheryshev

Mohamed Salah is not world-class says Cheryshev

Mohamed Salah is not world-class, says Cheryshev

"Liverpool uses Salah properly, here, in the Egyptian national team, things will be different".

The 26-year-old Premier League Golden Boot victor, who was not named in his team's starting XI against the Uruguayans, was forced to watch his country go down 1-0 from the bench as Jose Gimenez scored an 89th-minute victor for the South Americans.

Russia's opening day World Cup win over Saudi Arabia has settled nerves within the squad and the hosts are confident they can keep Egypt forward Mohamed Salah quiet, says coach Stanislav Cherchesov*.

"I trust in my team, I believe in my players".

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"I played against [Egypt head coach Hector] Cuper's teams before, he is the most tactical coach, you never know how to approach his teams".

"I took Salah's shirt as a gift for my children, who also see him as a star", the striker explained, as quoted by the Daily Metro.

The concert, which goes under the tagline "Egypt celebrates the World Cup", aims to support the Egyptian national team before their second World Cup match in Russian Federation, the first having been against Uruguay on the 15th of June. "In the previous match against Uruguay, we thought he was fit ... we always carry out a last physical test before we (decide) the lineup".

Salah was in insatiable form for Liverpool last season, scoring 44 goals in all competitions to help the Reds reach the Champions League final. "He is in the top 10 for me, there is no shadow of doubt about it", he said.

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Cuper added: "He is a player who in the last 25 metres has enormous skill and enormous options".

"On top of being talented he is humble". I think he will be fit to play. He is a team player and that at least for me is extremely important now.

"I have to say it - when we don't have him we feel his absence".

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