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Salah trolls Ramos in recent interview

Salah hints that all is not forgiven with Ramos in recent interview

June 9, 2018 By Ali M.
The Egyptian ace even trolled the Spaniard after their unforgettable collision in the Champions League final.

Weeks may have passed since the Champions League final, but that unforgettable collision between Sergio Ramos and Mohamed Salah that left the latter injured remains a hot topic. Numerous amounts of players have weighed in with their thoughts, even the Spanish defender himself, but only now has the Egyptian star openly talked about it in an interview.

The 25-year-old, who is continuing his road to recovery in Spain, sat down for a talk with Marca in which he discussed a number of issues. The upcoming World Cup, which the attacker appears set to take part in, was a key topic but there was no avoiding that incident in Kyiv.

The Real Madrid and Spain captain, who has been accused of intentionally hurting the Liverpool man with a judo hold on his right arm, recently stated that he is not to blame for the injury as Salah had grabbed his arm first. The center-back also claimed that the Egyptian could have continued playing had he taken injections, a statement which was laughed off by the Premier League Golden Boot winner.

“It’s funny,” Salah said when asked to respond to Ramos’ remarks.

While laughing, he also added: "My comment is that it's always okay when the one who made you cry first, then makes you laugh. Maybe he could also tell me if I'm going to be ready for the World Cup?"

When asked if he thought the Spaniard’s fall was normal, the North African ace responded: "I don't know. Maybe?" He was then asked if Sergio’s claim that they had a chat after that collision was true, with the former Roma winger saying: "He sent me a message, but I never told him it was 'okay.'"

Could the Chelsea reject be holding a grudge against the Blancos skipper? Maybe not, but his interview suggests that not all has been forgiven over an incident which he described as the worst moment of his career.

Salah also revealed that he feels better and is hoping to feature in his nation’s opening World Cup game against Uruguay. Should the Pharaohs qualify for the knockout stage, the goalscorer could cross paths with Spain and Ramos in Russia.

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