Mohamed Salah is fit to play in Egypt's opening World Cup game against Uruguay, Pharaohs manager Hector Cuper has announced.
The 25-year-old Liverpool striker suffered a shoulder injury in the Champions League final against Real Madrid but is now set to play in Egypt's first Group A clash on Friday.
Cuper said on the Egyptian Football Association's official Twitter account: "Salah has recovered and will play tomorrow. And nothing prevents him from competing for the title of the golden boot."
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