Egypt forward Mohamed Salah has promised the nation's president that he will win his battle to be fit for the World Cup in Russian Federation in time to be ready for the team's first game against Uruguay on June 15.
And having seen Ramos ridicule recent criticism against him over Salah and Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius, Salah said that he has not forgiven the Spaniard for what happened.
"But that will depend on how I feel when it approaches", he clarified.
Illustrating just how much the tournament means to his country, the winger added: "For us to qualify for the World Cup is nearly like Spain winning the title". "It was not normal because we won the African Cup seven times, and we were champions in 2006, 2008 and 2010", he added.
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The Egyptian carries the hopes of a nation going into the World Cup, coming off a stunning season with Liverpool and having turned in inspirational performances for the Pharaohs during qualification.
Missing Salah, Europe's Golden Boot victor last season, Egypt's goalscoring chances were automatically decimated.
Belgium boss Roberto Martinez brought on three substitutes at half-time in Marouane Fellaini, Michy Batshuayi and Nacer Chadli, as the game settled in at a slightly lower-tempo with Egypt getting the better of the second-half chances, but never finding the back of the net. The Premier League's top scorer has been named in Egypt's squad for the tournament in Russian Federation and coach Hector Cuper badly needs him.
Ramos also downplayed the severity of Salah's injury, saying that he was once able to play through a similar problem. "Maybe like for Spain to win the World Cup", he added.
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku, right, is congratulated by teammate Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne after scoring his sides first goal during a friendly soccer match between Belgium and Egypt at the King Baudouin stadium in Brussels, Wednesday, June 6, 2018. "But what I like is that when we make mistakes we've got the togetherness to try to overcome them and I don't think we had that before and that's very pleasing". He's not hard, I think he's a good coach, a good man.