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Mohamed Salah puts Liverpool struggles behind him with Egypt brace as Darwin Nunez suffers shock defeat

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Mohamed Salah struck either side of half-time as Egypt beat Niger 3-0, while Darwin Nunez also played the full 90 minutes of Uruguay's 1-0 defeat to Iran.

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READ MORE: Jurgen Klopp can unleash 'best' Liverpool midfield with new partner for Thiago and Fabinho READ MORE: 'Keep his mouth shut' - Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp slammed Tottenham star for 'childish' outburst Following the revamp of Liverpool's attacking line during the summer months, with the sale of Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich and the addition of £64m-man Nunez, Salah has struggled to replicate his stunning form of seasons gone by as his overall slump across the calendar year has stretched into the new season.

Elsewhere, Nunez lined up alongside former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez for Uruguay's 1-0 defeat to Iran in Austria.

After team-mate Mostafa Mohamed added a second for the hosts at the Bord El Arab Stadium on 55 minutes, Salah was there to seal the victory for Egypt from the penalty spot with just over 20 minutes to go.

The 30-year-old Egyptian, who has endured a difficult start to the new season at Anfield having only found the back of the net three times since his penalty against Manchester City in the Community Shield, put his country ahead after 43 minutes with a sublime strike into the far right corner.

Meanwhile, Alisson got the nod to start ahead of City's Ederson as Brazil eased past Ghana with a 3-0 win, with Liverpool team-mate Fabinho coming on as a second-half substitute in place of Casemiro, with Roberto Firmino remaining on the bench.
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