Nigeria defender Mohamed Salah vows to lock him in a cage

Nigeria defender Mohamed Salah vows to lock him in a cage
Nigeria defender Mohamed Salah vows to lock him in a cage

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Nigeria defender and Watford player William Trost, the captain of the Egyptian national team and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah, vowed that he will try to stop him in every way, in order not to cause any danger to the Eagles’ goal in the 2021 African Cup of Nations, stressing that he will lock Mohamed Salah in a cage.

The Egyptian team will meet Nigeria on January 11 at 6:00 pm Cairo time, in the opening match of Group D, which includes Nigeria, Sudan and Guinea Bissau, within the framework of the first round competitions.

“We will work hard to stop the danger of Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, and keep him away from our goal,” William told BBC Sports.

The Watford player added: “We will lock Mohamed Salah in a cage, especially as he is performing a distinguished performance with Liverpool this season, and we all know that he is the most important player in the Egyptian team, but I am confident in the ability of the Eagles team to stop him.”

The Nigeria defender concluded his statements: “The African Cup of Nations is important, there is a misunderstanding by some people for this tournament, but it is no less important than the European Nations and Copa America, and we see African players in the English Premier League who are influential with their teams, and to see them all in one tournament. It’s exciting, and it makes the tournament important.”

The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations begins today, January 9, and will continue until February 6, and will be held in Cameroon.

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