Sergio Ramos takes swipe at Klopp over final comments

Sergio Ramos takes swipe at Klopp over final comments

Sergio Ramos has taunted Jurgen Klopp over his record in finals as their war of words about the incident in the Champions League final continues.

Mohamed Salah suffered a shoulder injury because of Sergio Ramos.

It later emerged that the hard-hitting defender also left goalkeeper Loris Karius during a clash between the pair.

"I had no intention of holding Mohamed Salah's arm, but he grabbed my arm first", Ramos told reporters.

It prompted a scathing assessment from Jurgen Klopp, who described Ramos as "ruthless" and "brutal" last week.

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Last May, Ramos made a strong tackle against Egypt global Mohamed Salah in the Champions League final which made him sustain a shoulder injury that obliged him to miss Egypt's first World Cup game against Uruguay. But if that is the message we are sending to our children, that nothing is out of bounds and it's all about winning, then I will be glad to leave this planet in 40 years.

Not to give a red card or whatever but to look again and say 'What is that?'

Klopp, having kept shtum on Ramos for weeks, finally snapped when asked about him ahead of a pre-season friendly with Manchester United in MI.

But on the eve of the Uefa Super Cup derby against Atlético Madrid in Tallinn, Ramos fired back accusing the German coach of being a bad loser. "Let Klopp worry about his own players".

Neither Klopp or Ramos have anything to gain from their remarks and everyone else has moved on from what happened in the final. "I've voted for him as one of the three best coaches of the year, so that he calms down a bit".

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