- Mohamed Salah scored directly from a corner in Egypt's win over Swaziland
- The Liverpool star could not complete the game after sustaining a suspected hamstring injury
- Salah has struggled for form since that start of the new 2018-19 campaign
Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah scored a curling effort in Friday night 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifying match against Swaziland but could not complete the match after limping with a suspected injury.
The encounter which took place at the at the Al-Salam Stadium, saw the Liverpool forward in scoring form as the Pharaohs demolished their opponents 4-1 on the night.
Despite struggling for goals in the EPL, his goal against Swaziland’s King's Shield was a beauty as he curled the ball from the corner arch with his left foot, directly beyond the reach of the goalkeeper to an open net.
Indeed, the Liverpool star looked surprised with his unusual goal, but moments later his joy turned to grieve.
After he was forced to take an exit in the 90th minute with a suspected hamstring injury and the Pharaohs who have already completed the mandatory three subs had to play out the remaining minutes without their talisman.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has emerged the worst finisher in the eight-week old 2018-19 Premier League campaign, despite netting three times, for the Anfield dwellers.
The Egyptian international Salah entered the record books last season, after netting 32 times in 36 league games to become the highest goal-scorer in the history of the Premier League.
A performance that fetched Salah numerous awards that includes the Premier League Golden Boot and also the first player to win three Premier League player of the month awards in the same season.
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