Liverpool fans noticed something very worrying about Mohamed Salah when he removed his shirt against PSG

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Liverpool fans noticed something very worrying about Mohamed Salah when he removed his shirt against PSG

Mohamed Salah was Liverpool’s best player by a country mile last season.
The Reds made it all the way to the
Champions League final, with the Egyptian forward bagging goals like they were going out of fashion along the way, but then they came up against Real Madrid .

Liverpool had battered the likes of
Manchester City en route to Kiev, but were unable to beat Los Blancos in their final test, and had to watch the La Liga giants lift the trophy for a record 13th time.

The night was marred by two shocking mistakes from Loris Karius and star man Salah having to go off after picking up an injury following a tangle with Sergio Ramos.

The duo managed to lock arms as they tumbled to the ground, with the Egyptian coming off second best and suffering a shoulder injury.

Salah’s World Cup was arguably impacted by the injury, with the forward failing to dominate games in Russia like he had done for Liverpool.

This season Salah is apparently much better and over the injury.

But fans noticed the forward is still wearing tape on his bad shoulder some four months on. They spotted the bandage when Salah took his shirt off to remove the top he was wearing underneath against PSG on Tuesday.

Taking to Twitter , one supporter wrote: “Salah changes his shirt and he’s still got a plaster on his shoulder! Poor thing.”

Another added: “Salah still has strapping on his shoulder,” alongside crying emojis, while a third wrote: “Did Salah injure his shoulder again or something?”
A fourth concluded: “Why does Salah still have that on his shoulder that was almost four months ago.”

(c) Irish Mirror

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