The Egyptian FA added that physician Dr. Mohammed Abu Ola - who is said to have spoken directly with Liverpool's medical staff over the player's condition - remains "optimistic" that Salah can make the World Cup.
"We started well, the first 30-35 minutes I think we did a great job and stopped them from playing and everything. We did what we could, the boys tried everything", Klopp said, having lost a second Champions League final after a 2-1 defeat by Bayern Munich in the 2013 showpiece when he was in charge of Borussia Dortmund.
"It was quite hard but 0-0 at half-time, we could adjust a few things - defending half-spaces, which we did before that really well, and then playing more football".
Goalkeeper Loris Karius will have to live with his mistakes "for the rest of his life" after the German's blunders cost the Reds any chance of victory, according to former Liverpool goalkeeper Ray Clemence.
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All 32 nations must submit their final 23-man squad on June 4 and as yet it remains unclear if Salah will be involved.
Even across the pond, we could swear we heard the collective gasp in Kiev, Ukraine, as Liverpool star Mohamed Salah left the pitch with a shoulder injury on Saturday. "But I believe Anfield was the place where he reinvented himself this season, and Salah owes Liverpool as much, if not more, then they owe him", Ince told Paddy Power. "I still hope it's not like this", he said.
"Sometimes football shows you it's good side and other times the bad", he tweeted.