The Champions League Final has been the talk of the town and not necessarily for the right reasons. Two words that really piss Liverpool fans off and I’m not talking about Manchester United, no points for guessing, it’s already in the title, Sergio Ramos. The Spanish captain has come under a lot of criticism for ‘deliberately’ taking Liverpool star Mohamed Salah to the ground and thereby dislocating the talismanic Egyptian’s Shoulder.
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The tackle didn’t only take Salah out of the game it virtually destroyed Liverpool’s confidence their source of inspiration, in many ways its equivalent to Real Madrid losing Cristiano Ronaldo in a Champions League Final. If you thought one attempt to intentionally hurt a player was bad, think twice! Cameras showed Ramos elbowing Liverpool keeper Loris Karius.
If you’re still proclaiming @SergioRamos innocent, have a look at the elbow on Karius just before he crocked @mosalah. A litany of calculated filth from @realmadriden captain yesterday. Unpunished. #ChampionsLeagueFinal pic.twitter.com/HM9xOd5z2f
— Neal Collins (@nealcol) May 27, 2018
Couldn’t have put it any better than Journalist Neal Collins, ‘a litany of calculated filth’. Ramos’s exploits in Kiev has not gone down well with the Egyptians, especially Egyptian lawyer Bassem Wahba, “Ramos intentionally injured Mo Salah and should be punished about his actions,” Wahba has even filed a lawsuit that could strip Ramos of every penny, “I’ve filed a lawsuit and a complaint to (soccer governing body) FIFA, I’ll ask for compensation, which could exceed €1 billion, for the physical and psychological harm that Ramos gave Salah and the Egyptian people.”
— Anfield HQ (@AnfieldHQ) May 28, 2018
Furthermore, another Salah fan, with username ‘Mohamed Salah Abdel-Hakeem’ on Change.org, has filed a petition to punish Ramos for his wrongdoing. The petition has already 479 thousand signatures and could hit the 500k mark in a few hours
Interested readers can sign up Here
— Mohamed Abdel-Hakeem (@M_S_Hakeem) May 26, 2018