Liverpool FC football star Mohamed Salah COVID-19 tests result get positive. The coaches of the clubs have been worried about Mohamed Salah injured and the COVID-19 result.
Many of the players returned with injuries when they went to the FIFA international break.
The fact that the fear is not unfounded is proved by the news that one player after another has been attacked by COVID-19. The new fear is true of Liverpool.
Arguably, Jurgen Klopp’s biggest star Mohammad Salah has been attacked in COVID-19. Salah’s national team Egypt confirmed that in a statement today.
‘The swab test against our national football team shows that our player, Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is infected with the COVID-19. He has been positive in the Tests’: Egypt’s statement is sure to shock any Liverpool supporter.
— Liverpool FC News (@LivEchoLFC) November 13, 2020
However, there is good news in the statement, for the time being now he is not suffering from any COVID-19 symptoms. Other members of the team are negative. Mohamed Salah is already following the COVID-19 tests positive result medical protocol on the advice of the team doctor.
With this season, four Liverpool players were affected by COVID-19. Greek left-back Konstantinos Simikas, who joined the club this season, was the first to test positive for COVID-19 who also suffered the virus while playing for Greece.
Spanish midfielder Thiago Alcantara, who came to Liverpool from Bayern Munich this season, and Sadio Mane who became the first player to be bought under the club in 2016, are also suffering from coronavirus.
While club football in COVID-19 follows a number of rules, there is much controversy over the return of international football. Many countries have not yet lifted the ban on international travel.
So many players are not able to play for the national team. There is a risk of infection in the COVID-19 after the players come together after an international tour.
Added to this is the skepticism about the rules of the COVID-19 test. Two days ago, during the break of Croatia’s match against Turkey, it was revealed that Croatian defender Domagoi Vida COVID-19 was positive. The result of his test comes during the break of the match.
He was not sent down in the second half, then he was sent to isolation. But in the first half, he played with COVID-19! Ireland’s Alan Brownie has been diagnosed with COVID-19 after Ireland’s friendly match against England yesterday.
His test results came after the match. In other words, Brownie played the whole match with Coronavirus!
— Egypt National Football Team (@Pharaohs) November 13, 2020