Salah in good shape during Egypt World Cup photo shoot

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With his participation in the World Cup in Russian Federation called into question after a shoulder injury, Egyptian superstar Mo Salah is working hard to be fit to help his team in the opening match against Uruguay on Friday.

Salah teased the camera with a suggestive wink as speculation mounts regarding whether he will be fit enough in time for Egypt's crunch opening game against Uruguay on Friday.

Salah arrived in Russian Federation with serious doubts about his participation due to the shoulder injury, which occurred when Sergio Ramos wrestled him to the ground in the final.

However Egypt team doctor Mohamed Abou El-Ela placed some caution on any hopes Salah will play a part against Uruguay in their Group A opener this Friday.

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A coming together with Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos saw Salah's shoulder awkwardly lock before taking the weight of the Egyptian as he fell.

Officially, The Pharaohs chose Grozny as Egypt's camp although it is not hosting any matches in the tournament to keep a low profile, away from the media, as they prepare to make their World Cup finals return after an absence of 28 long years.

Mohamed Salah joined the rest of Egypt's World Cup squad for warmup drills on Tuesday and dribbled for the first time since injuring his left shoulder in last month's Champions League final.

Should he feature against Uruguay, current darling of Anfield Salah will go up against a former Kop hero in the form of Luis Suarez.

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