Real Liverpool: "one point for settling"Salah started hostility before the final

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Beautiful poster for Real Madrid-Liverpool 2022 Champions League final. Two heroes who found themselves at this stage of the competition four years after the final marked by a win for Madrid and an injury to Mohamed Salah because of Sergio Ramos.

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The most famous armbar in football. In the 2018 Champions League final, we play the 30th minute when Mohamed Salah is forced to leave his Liverpool teammates against Real Madrid. The one in question was hit by Sergio Ramos in a shoulder and notably kneeled. The Spaniard avoided any sanction for the gesture and Merengue eventually won 3–1 with a brace from Gareth Bale and a goal from Karim Benzema.

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Ramos’ dangerous gesture at Egypt will be commented upon as much as Bale’s return or Carius’ unbelievable delivery against Benzema. While the physical pain has clearly faded for Salah, the painful memory is clearly still vivid. As Real Madrid qualified for the 2022 final against the Reds, Pharaoh tweeted a clear message to Merengues on Wednesday: “We have a score to settle”.

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An opponent who was really close to Salah’s heart. Following the Reds’ qualification at Villarreal on Tuesday, the latter had clearly shown his preference for Real as a future rival at the Stade de France: “I want to play against Real Madrid, I have to be honest, Salah told the microphone. BT Sport. City are a really tough team, we’ve played them many times this season. But if you ask my personal opinion, I’ll say Real Madrid. Because we lost to them in the final, So I hope to play against him again and we are going to win.”

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If Sergio Ramos no longer shows off his judo skills in Madrid, Salah’s wish has come true. Place for Revenge, on 28 May at the Stade de France.

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