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Mohamed Salah Was Seriously Not Impressed When Sergio Ramos Touched His Shoulder At Awards Ceremony

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Mohamed Salah Was Seriously Not Impressed When Sergio Ramos Touched His Shoulder At Awards Ceremony

It was announced on Friday afternoon that Liverpool will come up against Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals next month, meaning that two old foes are set to face-off once again.

For the first time since the 2018 Champions League final in Kyiv, it looks like Sergio Ramos and Mohamed Salah will share the same pitch on April 6.

The pair have, however, been reunited off the pitch - when Ramos picked up the 2017/18 Champions League Best Defender of the Season award at a UEFA ceremony in Monaco.

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Just moments after going up on stage to collect his award, the Spaniard walked off stage and touched Mo Salah on the shoulder, although the Egyptian wasn't exactly impressed.

Whoever organised the seating plan for that event was clearly in a very mischievous mood.


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Back in 2018, Los Blancos lifted Europe's most prestigious prize after a 3-1 win against Liverpool at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium but it was that incident involving Ramos and Salah in the first-half that grabbed the headlines that day.

The Real Madrid skipper famously tangled with the Liverpool forward, who landed awkwardly on his shoulder.

Salah was subsequently replaced with a dislocated shoulder and left the field in tears.

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After the full-time whistle, Ramos was slammed for his challenge on Salah. In fact, there was a petition to punish the Los Blancos captain for 'intentionally hurting' his opponent.

The Spaniard issued a message to Salah following the final, saying: "Sometimes football shows you it's good side and other times the bad. Above all, we are fellow pros. #GetWellSoon".

But that wasn't enough for many and to this day, many Liverpool fans hold a grudge.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Liverpool, Sergio Ramos, Football, Champions League, Mohamed Salah, Real Madrid

Jack Kenmare
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