Liverpool’s Salah hits back at Madrid's Ramos, reveals message after UCL final

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Salah walked out of the final in Kiev in tears after a controversial clash with Ramos left him nursing a shoulder injury, with the Real Madrid captain infuriating Liverpool fans earlier this week as he appeared to poke fun at his rivals after he was also accused of inflicting concussion on Reds keeper Loris Karius.

The injury has also put doubts on the Liverpool forwards' participation in the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup.

In a moment he described as the worst of his career, Egypt worldwide Salah was withdrawn early in Liverpool's eventual 3-1 defeat in Kiev following an awkward tangle with Ramos.

As for Salah, he seems see the amusing side of Ramos' comments on the matter.

"He sent me a message, but I never told him it was 'fine, '" Salah said in an interview with Marca that was published today.

"Yes, it was", he added.

Mohamed Salah denied telling Sergio Ramos things were "fine" after the Spaniard injured him in the UEFA Champions League final May 26.

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Egypt worldwide winger Mohamed Salah spoke about the strengths of the Egyptian national team and what he and his teammates are trying to achieve in the World Cup.

"Mo Salah is not just a good player, he's an outstanding footballer, he's a world-class footballer after what he's done this season", Martinez said.

Worryingly for the Panamanians, who face Belgium, England and Tunisia in Group G in their first World Cup finals appearance, they struggled to deal with Norway's physical power, but they did create decent chances in the second half.

Belgium's captain and talisman, Eden Hazard, has likened Roberto Martínez's squad to England's famed "golden generation" of players but believes his team-mates can deliver in Russian Federation when the World Cup begins next week. And it was something we all said: "wow, we have to do it, we have to do it". "I promise to do my best for our people", he added. "We are in preparation but we will be ready for the World Cup".

However, after scoring 44 goals in his debut season with Liverpool, he says he wants to make history with his country in Russian Federation - he's not going there with the mentality that reaching finals is enough. Of course, you can then say "right, we've got there, that's that", but for me it's not like that.

"It's not a simple case of going, playing three games and thank you very much. That doesn't go through my head".

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