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How Salah will influence Egypt in the World-Cup

With all the fuss going on in the media about contenders for the Ballon D’Or this year and considering the 2018 World Cup to be held in Russia.

The year 2018 has been full of surprises, with lots coming down from the UEFA Champions League, as the finalist are pronounced to be Real Madrid v Liverpool – with Bayern Munich being eliminated by the Los Blancos and AS Roma by Liverpool in the semi-finals.

With Mohamed Salah being the Merseysiders hero this season which made it easier to get rewarded when betting on Liverpool, but could the same spell is done for his country side,so don’t forget to check out the predictions for the World Cup in Russia.

Egypt will be contesting in the first group of the World Cup (Group A) to be held this year – which consists of Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Uruguay – after advancements from the qualifying round.
However, the Pharoah’s will be participating with their most prized key player, Mohamed Salah, who has in no doubt been Liverpool’s savior this season.

With Salah, the English club has been able to make to the finals of the Champions League this season, a feat they last managed in 2006/2007 League . Salah will be leading the Pharoah’s team, and will for the first time in years, stand a chance to challenge for the World Cup trophy.The 25-year-old forward, has reportedly score 71 percent of Egypt’s goals in the qualification round of the Russia 2018, finding the back of the net in every third-round victories.

Mo Salah could just be game changer, the Pharoah’s team need to challenge at the Russia 2018 World Cup, as he has been a great deal for Liverpool since his arrival from AS Roma last summer.

The Reds forward has scored 43 goals for the English club in 50 appearances this season and could be destined for more this World Cup.

Salah’s influence in the Pharoah’s team should, however not be overlooked as he has bagged 33 goals in 57 international caps for his club so far.

With the former Chelsea star, becoming a goal machine in recent games for his club and country and could just be hungry for more in the during the World Cup campaign. And he will definitely be a player to watch out for.

The Pharoah’s team comprises of goalkeeper Ahmed Al Shenawy, defender Omar Gaber, Ahmed Hegazi, Ahmed Fathy, Ahmed Hegazi, midfielder Mohamed Elneny, Ahmed El Mohamady, Sam Morsy, Hossam Ashour, forward Koka, Marwan Mohsen and Mohamed Salah to favorably lead the team to success.

The Egyptians will be managed throughout the FIFA World Cup by coach Hector Cuper, who was former Valencia coach.

However, considering the records broken and achievements by the Liverpool starthis season, Salah should be securing a seat at the table of the Ballon D’Or contest this year.

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