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Mohamed Salah injury: Everything we know so far as Liverpool forward forced off in FA Cup final

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Katherine Lucas

Mohamed Salah is a doubt for Liverpool’s pivotal end-of-season fixtures – including the Champions League final – after being forced off in the 33rd minute of the FA Cup final against Chelsea.

Salah was replaced by Diogo Jota and headed straight to the changing rooms after leaving the pitch having required treatment for an apparent muscle problem.

“He plays a lot of minutes, a lot of games, he’s had a long season,” said Jermaine Jenas on commentary. “…As a Chelsea player seeing Mo Salah go off, it gives you a bit of a lift.”

Liverpool, who were already missing Fabinho with a hamstring problem, are playing every possible fixture this season and the FA Cup final was their 60th match of the campaign so far.

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Their Egyptian forward will be assessed ahead of the trip to Southampton on Tuesday, with Liverpool playing Wolves on the final day of the Premier League season as they bid to wrestle the title from Manchester City.

The Champions League final in Paris then takes place on 28 May, with Salah admitting he is out for revenge following the Reds’ 2018 defeat to Los Blancos in Kyiv, during which he suffered a shoulder injury at the hands of Sergio Ramos.

“We have a score to settle,” he tweeted after Real Madrid reached the final with an extraordinary comeback against Manchester City.

Liverpool now face an anxious wait to determine the severity of his injury, with his absence set to be a huge blow to their quadruple hopes.

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