Mohamed Salah substitute in the Egypt meeting against Togo

Mohamed Salah substitute in the Egypt meeting against Togo
Mohamed Salah substitute in the Egypt meeting against Togo

Difficulties increased for Hossam El-Badry, the coach of the Egyptian national team, after Mohamed Salah, the star of the English club Liverpool, was infected with the new Corona virus, Covid 19, while he was in the team’s camp in preparation for facing Togo in the qualifiers for the African Cup of Nations Cameroon 2021.

Hossam Al-Badri will have a number of options during the next Togo match, by preparing a substitute for Mohamed Salah during the next match against Togo, and then the return match if the player has recovered from infection with the Corona virus.

Hossam Al-Badri is to rely on Mahmoud Hassan Trezegia as an alternative to Mohamed Salah in the meeting with Ramadan Sobhi on the other side in order to solve the problem of Mohamed Salah’s absence from the meeting.

The Egyptian Football Association announced the positive swab conducted by Mohamed Salah during the past few hours, and the player was subjected to a health isolation at the present time in order to reassure his health, with a new swab done on Saturday to discuss the possibility of his appearance in the return leg in front of Togo.

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