Egypt captain Mohamed Salah went off with an injury late in the first half of his team’s Africa Cup of Nations game against Ghana on Thursday.
Salah fell to the ground with an apparent hamstring problem, handing over the armband to defender Ahmed Hegazi as he was replaced by Mostafa Fathi.
Mohammed Kudus scored the opening goal moments later as Ghana took a 1-0 lead into halftime of the Group B match.
Liverpool forward Salah struck a stoppage-time equaliser from the spot in Egypt’s first game in Ivory Coast as the record seven-time champions drew 2-2 with Mozambique.
In other news – Inkabi Zezwe to donate 1300 school shoes
Big Zulu and Sjava will be putting smiles on the faces of 1300 students at the start of the year.
The duo, professionally known as Inkabi Zezwe is collaborating with the Hollywood Foundation to foster a meaningful impact by donating school shoes to their former primary schools in Bergville, KZN which will take place in February. Read more