Egypt Independent reported that Liverpool's head coach, Jurgen Klopp, said that Mo Salah's last injury in May during the Champions League finale against Real Madrid, has been a big obstacle in our striker's path towards top performance.

The injury, which was inflicted by Sergio Ramos in the 2018’s Champions League, has left many Egyptians with resentment towards the player and apparently, one still-struggling Mo Salah.

Klopp said in a press conference ahead of the Newcastle match that the king has been capable of adapting to the injury, but when one part of the body is still not in perfect shape, it could impact the overall performance by 10-15 percent.

However, Klopp highlighted that Mo Salah's unwavering will and desire on the “first few yards” is impressive.

For the past year, Mo Salah has been staking the shelves with new records and awards, and even after the injury he has managed to win BBC’s African Footballer of the Year 2018 and many more awards! Also, in some of his most recent matches, Mo Salah has scored a hat-trick in Liverpool's match against Bournemouth.

So is there really any reason to worry?