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2022 Champions Final analysis

Former Barcelona defender to Sada El Balad: Ramos intentionally injured Salah, and it is time for revenge

Former Barcelona defender Carles Cuadrat confirmed that former Real Madrid player Sergio Ramos deliberately injured Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool winger, in the 2018 Champions League final.

In exclusive statements to "Sada El Balad", Carles Quadrat said: "The final is always a match especially, all scenarios are on the table, we saw in the 2018 final a scenario that was not expected with Muhammad's injury Salah after half an hour and leaving the field, but in any case I think the chances of the two teams were equal to win the title.

He added: "Mohamed Salah's statements about revenge? He expressed what was inside him, "Mo" had a great season in 2017-2018, but the injury did not allow him to help his team in the most important game of the year, it was not just an injury with an opponent, it was a deliberate injury by Sergio Ramos, so it is nice that football put him again after 4 years with the same opponent, also in The final, to have a new opportunity to correct what happened in 2018, and become the champion again as he was in 2019.”

He continued: "Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are able to make the difference for Liverpool in tonight's meeting. Also, on the other hand, we find Karim Benzema and Vinicius who will have an influential role."

And about the future of Mohamed Salah, he replied: “I belong to Barcelona, ​​so I ask Mohamed Salah to join the Blaugrana.” Every player has the right to make the decision he deems appropriate for him, as happened with Mbappe, but if Mohamed Salah joins Barcelona, he will be the star of the first team under the leadership of Xavi."

The Liverpool team will meet Real Madrid, today, Saturday, at nine in the evening, at the “Stade de France” in the French capital, Paris.

It is noteworthy that Liverpool lost to Real Madrid 3-1 in the 2018 Champions League final.


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