Liverpool without "Salah" for the first time in the English Premier League
Liverpool without "Salah" for the first time in the English Premier League. Liverpool's Juergen Klopp, the team's main coach, announced Monday that he was in the 22nd round of the Premier League.

Mohamed Salah, the star of the team and the national team, was ruled out of the Bernley match list, missing out on the bench and bench.

"Salah" came out in the 83rd minute of the match against Leicester City in the 21st round of the competition and appeared to be injured by a knee injury.

The English press reported that Salah had suffered an injury that would keep him away from Burnley's match, with doubts about his participation in Manchester City on Jan. 14 in the 23rd round of the competition.

Burnley is the first to miss Salah in the Premier League this season. He has played in all of the previous 21 games, scoring 17 goals and scoring the top scorer of the competition with a goal difference from Englishman Harry Kane. Tottenham.

Overall, the Burnley match is the second game that Salah has missed during the season with Liverpool in all competitions, the first match against Leicester City in the third round of the League Cup.

The formation of Liverpool to face Burnley as follows:

Goalkeepers: Simon Miniola

Defense: Alex Arnold, Clapan, Louvrein, Gomez.

Midfield: Emre Chan, Finaldum, Lalana.

Attack: Alex O'Sullid Chamberlain, Sadio Mani and Solanaki.

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