Liverpool forward Mohammed Salah has sent message of sympathy to Aston Villa midfielder Mahmoud Hassan Trézéguet, the Egyptian midfielder suffered a horrific injury in Aston Villa's 2-1 defeat to Liverpool on Saturday.
Trézéguet received a dangerous tackle from Liverpool right-back Alexander-Arnold, the England defender was harsh with his tackle on the 26-years-old Aston Villa winger. Trézéguet would face another spell on the sideline as he was substituted from Liverpool's match due to the injury he sustained after Alexander-Arnold tackle.
Aston Villa medical staff gave their efforts to ensure the midfielder remain on-pitch for the team, but the pain couldn't allow the Egyptian to continue, as he was seen shedding tears while heading towards the tunnel at Anfield after being forced out by injury. Trézéguet went off and was replaced by Aston Villa midfielder Ramsey J, few minutes later on after Trézéguet substitution Alexander-Arnold stole a late goal in the 90+1’ to sealed a comfortable comeback win for the Reds at Anfield.
Mahmoud Trézéguet will face a long spell on the sideline and will miss Aston Villa next few games for the reminder of the season. The midfielder has established himself into an important player at Aston Villa but injury nightmare hasn't been keeping his time with the Claret and Blue armies to his satisfaction this season. From December to January, 2021, the Egyptian midfielder missed 11 games for Aston Villa before his recovery from a hamstring injury in January. It quite unfortunate that the Aston Villa midfielder would end this season with a torn ACL injury after match-winner Alexander-Arnold unleashed a very dangerous tackle on the 26-years-old.
This campaign seem to be his worst with Aston Villa after series of injury woes, having missed almost two months out of action for Dean Smith's Aston Villa this season, due to a head injury he sustained followed by his positive test to Covid-19 earlier this year. He was lucky to come on from the bench against Fulham and snatched two goals for Aston Villa leading the team to a 3-1 victory against London base Club Fulham before Saturday's defeat to Liverpool.
It is quite unfortunate that, it is not only the 2-1 defeat that Aston Villa had to suffer against Liverpool, but they also loss one of their key man to injury. It is a big blow for Dean Smiths and his men. Trézéguet enjoyed last campaign for Aston Villa, but this current season had been full of ups and down for the 26-years-old Egyptian.
After Trézéguet horrific injury Mohammad Salah, made a post about the Aston Villa player on his verified Twitter account, saying 🗣️: “I wish you a speedy recovery and will look forward to seeing you back on the field soon”.
Mahmoud Trézéguet and Mohammad Salah are both teammates for the Egyptian national team and their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers matches is upcoming. Hopefully Trézéguet would make a quick recovery from his injury, so has to keep his chances of playing for the Egyptian national team ahead of their 2022 World Cup qualifiers games alive.
Wish him well as he start his recovery from his torn ACL injury.
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