"UEFA and Federation Internationale de Football Association should take measures against Ramos and similar players, using the video recordings of matches to keep the spirit of the game".
Egypt will be at the World Cup for the first time since 1990 and face hosts Russia, Uruguay and Saudi Arabia in Group A.
Even across the pond, we could swear we heard the collective gasp in Kiev, Ukraine, as Liverpool star Mohamed Salah left the pitch with a shoulder injury on Saturday.
The right-back was also forced to leave the 2016 Champions League final after picking up a similar-looking leg injury early in the second half.
But although Jurgen Klopp declared Salah's issue as a "really serious injury" post-match - the Egyptian Football Association remain confident of a positive diagnosis.
Salah, who had been slated to carry Egypt's hopes at next month's World Cup in Russian Federation, then crumbled to the ground for a second time and was seen crying when he got up and then left the field to be replaced by Liverpool's England worldwide Adam Lallana.
He added that Salah would be in Egypt's final World Cup squad which will be announced on June 4.
"I think that Liverpool will not allow Salah to take the cortisone because it is unsafe for the player in the long term and will press hard to complete the treatment for two months, which unfortunately means that we will not see the star Mohamed Salah in the World Cup".
Putting the rumors to rest, Liverpool physiotherapist Ruben has said Salah will break the fast to be in the best condition possible.