Mohamed Salah wondergoal takes Egypt tally to 40

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Mohamed Salah scored a spectacular goal as Egypt overcame Swaziland on Friday, but he limped off before the final whistle with an apparent thigh injury.

However, Salah has bagged himself a morale-boosting goal on worldwide duty today as he's scored a stunning effort straight from a corner during Egypt's African Cup of Nations qualifier against Swaziland.

Salah has managed to score just three goals in his 11 matches in all competitions so far and has produced some frustrating performances for Liverpool in recent weeks with the attacker missing a number of chances that you'd have expected him to finish.

But there were concerning signs with Salah in heavy strapping at the end of the match as the forward briefly returning to action after treatment before being substituted a minute into stoppage-time.

However, Salah could not play for the entirety of the game as he was seen limping off the pitch in the last few minutes, much to the dismay of Liverpool and Egypt fans.

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"The initial diagnosis of Salah's injury, according to the national team's doctor, is a strong muscle strain", Ramzy said.

Salah then made it 4-0 by scoring directly from a corner. The two nations meet again on Tuesday, with Salah's status for that much unclear.

Group leaders Tunisia, also on six points, host Niger on Saturday.

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