- Mohamed Salah has tendered an apology to all Egyptian fans after crashing out of the 2018 World Cup
- Egypt failed to pick a point in Group A as they lost all their three games against Uruguay, Russia, and Saudi Arabia
- Mohamed Salah managed to score two goals in Russia but could not save his national team
Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has tendered an apology on behalf of all the Egypt national team players who have crashed out of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Egypt failed to pick any point in their campaign in Group A at the tournament as they lost all their three games against Uruguay, Russia and Saudi Arabia.
Despite missing the first game against Uruguay, Mohamed Salah managed to score two goals at the Russia 2018 World Cup, but his goals could not save his country.
And the 26-year-old has apologized for that, before insisting the team would be back for the 2022 competition in Qatar.
''We want to apologize to all the Egyptian fans, who came to support us here in the three matches.
''I know it is difficult for them, like us. Just want to say that Egypt reached the World Cup after 28 years, some players here do not have the required experience, thanks to all of them and we will back again in 2022,'' Salah told beIN Sports according to Dailymail UK.
Meanwhile, there have been talks that Mohamed Salah is considering to quit the national team after the 2018 World Cup although he is yet to make an official statement on it.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Egypt international Mohamed Salah is considering retiring from the national team when the 2018 World Cup reaches its conclusion.
The 26-year-old, who scored 44 goals for Liverpool last season netted two goals at the finals in Russia as the Pharaohs lost their opening three games in Group A.
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