Former Egypt coach Hassan Shehata has claimed Mohamed Salah has done ‘nothing’ with the national team, despite his vast achievements at the club level.
Salah has scored 47 goals in Egypt in 85 international games since 2011. He has already attended the 2018 World Cup and three Africa Cup of Nations – the player was not yet healthy in 2018 when Egypt finished last in their group and has played twice. lost in the AFCON finals.
In contrast, Egypt’s Shehata team won three consecutive AFCON titles in 2006, 2008, and 2010.
Salah scored two goals in the 2018 World Cup and doubled each team in the 2017 and 2021 AFCONs. However, at the Liverpool level, he has done very well in terms of scoring goals and winning the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, and League. FIFA Club World Cup and World Cup.
“Actually, I am also sorry to say this, but Mohamed Salah [did] nothing to the national team,” Shehata was quoted as saying by Egypt Independent.
“He should have done better than that. He should have provided more when playing for his country.”
Shehata actually says that Salah should ask Egypt to play too much with his power.
“He should have said this to the local authorities, although he was not the one to appoint the players, but he should have said that the players here are not the same as the England players,” said the former coach. Salah made his first Egyptian match.
“Therefore, the coaches have to find a way to make room for Salah. We need to find players who will help him look good on the field.”