Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp reopens the war of words with Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos

Mohamed Salah and Sergio Ramos


Mohamed Salah finds prostate while Sergio Ramos looks at him

The captain of Real Madrid seemed to drag the talisman of the Reds to his shoulder with the game still at 0-0.

Salah was forced to leave the field in agony and Liverpool had trouble penetrating his opponents without the end.

Los Blancos went on to win the game 3-1 and lift the Champions League trophy for the third time in a row.

Subsequently, Ramos was seen colliding with Loris Karius during the game, and the German goalkeeper suffered a concussion in the incident.

Klopp has already branded Ramos "brutal" and "ruthless" and now has questioned his approach to the search for trophies, saying Sport1: "I do not want to win in any way.

"I do not expect that from Ramos"

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

"Of course I would have liked to become a champion of the Champions League, and I would not have returned the title if I had shown several indiscretions.

"I do not expect that from him [Ramos], I just hope you think more in your evaluation of certain situations.

"It may have been a coincidence, but Mo Salah was removed from the game during an outstanding phase of his football life, in the middle of the field.

"Many people will say that these things happen, but if that is the message we are sending to our children, that nothing is out of bounds and it is about winning, then I will be happy to leave this planet in 40 years.

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Battle of Salah and Ramos in the final of the Champions League

"Am I a good loser? No. But during our preparations, we had to talk about Ramos because he had influenced the final the previous year with a dive and a red card [for Juan Cuadrado] against Juventus.

"Real Madrid to have Deserved to win the Champions League, nobody has said anything else. But you have to have those situations with Ramos? No, you do not. "

Liverpool start his Premier League season against West Ham tomorrow at Anfield (1.30 p.m.).

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The Liverpool boss missed the Champions League last year

But his European campaign will not be easier for last year's race until the final in Kiev.

The poor Anfield coefficient means that they could still be attracted to a death group.

In the Benfica advance through its qualifying rounds, Liverpool would be in the third pot for the draw at the end of August.