Liverpool's Mohamed Salah looks dejected after sustaining an injury. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Egypt reached the tournament after Salah scored a 95th-minute penalty to help them beat Congo 2-1 in October.Earlier Wednesday, Liverpool physiotherapist Ruben Pons was quoted by the Spanish sports paper Marca as saying that Salah would be out for up to four weeks.Salah, who scored 44 goals in a sensational first season for Liverpool after joining from AS Roma, was voted Player of the Year by the football Writers' Association this month, completing a sweep of England's individual prizes and becoming the first African player to win the prestigious award.
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