There’s A Question About Mohamed Salah In An Actual School Exam
The incident involving Sergio Ramos and Mohamed Salah has appeared as an Syrian Law exam question.
Salah was injured a result of a collision with Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, just after the half hour mark in Kiev, Ukraine, in the Champions League final. It meant that Liverpool lost their biggest threat in their most important game of the season.
The Spanish outfit went on to win 3-1 because of some shabby goalkeeping by Loris Karius and some brilliance by Gareth Bale.
But one of the talking points was Ramos' tackle on Salah. It looked as though the Spaniard pulled down the Egyptian by his arm, initially. Safe to say, Reds supporters weren't impressed with Ramos, taking to social media to complain about the incident.
Pusha T is Ramos
Drake is Salah
- Jahmal Usen (@jahmalusen) May 30, 2018
Sky sports breaking news, Mo Salah is fit for the World Cup. Apparently this has led to Greg Shadwick from Brookie calling off his straightener with Sergio Ramos. I bet Eddie Hearn is gutted.
- ged english (@gedenglish) June 4, 2018
I used sentiment analysis to derive the polarity scores and charted them over time. To no one's surprise Ramos injuring Salah was the most negative point during the game. pic.twitter.com/B33IrzJMla
- George McIntire (@GeorgeMcInt) June 3, 2018
And Salah - who has done wonders for the Islamic community - has become a legend in his homeland of Egypt, with murals depicting the star all over the country.
Sections of the country were equally as disgusted as some Liverpool fans by Ramos' foul. And now, a question involving the famous fall has appeared across the globe, in an Syrian law exam.
The question reads: "Sergio Ramos injured Mohamed Salah in the 2018 European Champions League final. Naturally, Ramos cannot be held to account for this action from a criminal law perspective due to four conditions that make the use of violence justified in sports. State these conditions."
Syrian pages circulated the pictures of the exam paper from the General Penal Code exams on social media. It's a question posed to first-year students at the University of Damascus.
The questions seems to have been met in good spirits by students at the university, but we're not sure that Real Madrid supporters could say the same.
Who do you think was out fault - Salah or Ramos? Let us know what you think in the comments section.