Salah slammed by ex-Egypt manager for 'doing nothing' for country after Liverpool star hints at international retirement | The Sun

MO SALAH has been blasted for “doing nothing” for Egypt by their former boss Hassan Shehata.

The Liverpool legend, 30, has suffered double disappointment with his country so far in 2022.

Egypt firstly lost out to Senegal in the Africa Cup of Nations final in February.

And they then lost to the same opponents just weeks later in the World Cup play-off as Salah missed one of the spot-kicks in the penalty shootout.

The former Chelsea ace has won it all at club level since his arrival at Liverpool from Roma in 2017.

His goals have fired the Reds to all the honours available domestically as well as the Champions League.

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However, he has been able to repeat that success on the international stage with Egypt despite scoring 45 goals in 83 caps for his nation.

Now Shehata, who led Egypt to three consecutive AFCON titles between 2006 and 2010, has taken aim at the superstar.

And he insists that he should be contributing more to his country on the pitch.

Speaking to Sada El-Balad TV channel, he said: “Salah is a great player, he's done so much abroad and he's one of the world's biggest stars.

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“But he didn't do anything for the Egyptian national team, he should have done more.”

That comes after Salah hinted that he is considering retiring from international football earlier this year.

He said: “I am honoured that I played with you and I am very proud to play with you whether I am with you or not in the future.”

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