"He sent me a message, but I never told him it was okay", added the former Chelsea and AS Roma player.
"It's hard to say, but I think our group and togetherness".
Salah also finds these comments amusing.
After saying his recovery is going well, Salah remembers "when I hit the floor, there was a mix of physical pain and worry".More news: Twitter reacts to news of Anthony Bourdain’s death
He will be regarded as key to any hopes Egypt have of springing a surprise at the World Cup in Russian Federation but, after the Champions League final injury he described as a career-low point, Salah remains uncertain if he will play in the opening Group A clash with Uruguay.
Hazard then made it 2-0 11 minutes later after Yannick Carrasco cut the ball back from the goal-line before Batshuayi, on for Lukaku, set up Marouane Fellaini for the third in stoppage time to complete a sixth straight game without a win for Egypt, who were without the recuperating Mohamed Salah.
"It's amusing. My comment is that it's always okay when the one who made you cry first, then makes you laugh", he said.More news: Durant's Huge Night Pushes Cavs to the Brink
Salah admits that he doesn't know if he'll play June 15 against Uruguay when Egypt's 2018 World Cup opens.
However to the surprise of many the 25 year old has now claimed in two interviews that he thinks he'll be ready for the first game next Friday.
The Liverpool superstar left the field in tears as his Champions League dream was crushed, simultaneously leaving his World Cup hopes hanging by a thread. "It became common to win the [African Nations Cup], but not to qualify for the World Cup". And it was something we all said: "wow, we have to do it, we have to do it".
But speaking prior to the team's departure for Russia, Salah spoke positively of his chances of lining up in Yekaterinburg.More news: Amazon Signs With Premier League To Broadcast Pro Soccer Games
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