Mohamed Salah bursted a penalty as Egypt lost to Senegal in their 2022 FIFA World Cup season finisher.
According to sports.ndtv, Mohamed Salah feels a little doubtful about his future with the Egyptian public group following their inability to meet all requirements for the World Cup. In remarks to his group in a video distributed by Egypt’s service of youth and sports, the Liverpool forward said how pleased he was of the group, “regardless of whether they have arrived”.
The Pharoahs lost to Senegal in a punishment shootout on Tuesday. The video shows Salah tending to his partners in the storage space after their tiresome loss, saying: “I told the players yesterday (before the match) that I am glad to have played with them, and that they’re among the best I have played with.”
“There isn’t a lot to say, yet it has been a distinction to play with you, if you have arrived.”
Salah’s remarks are being deciphered as a sign he might be prepared to resign from global football.
The 29-year-old began his profession with the Egyptian public group in 2011.
One of his highest accomplishments was scoring a last minute goal in the 2017 World Cup qualifiers against Congo, sending Egypt to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
On Tuesday, Salah strangely bursted a penalty over the crossbar in the shootout with Senegal.
It is the second time in two months that the Pharaohs have missed out to Senegal after the Lions of Teranga beat them in the Africa Cup of Nations last in February, in a match that additionally finished in a punishment shootout.