Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has finally revealed his verdict on Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos’ comments following Egyptian’s injury.

Salah went out of the pitch in tears in the first half of the Champions League final as Madrid gained a victory of 3-1 over the Premier League side in Kiev on May 26.

The Egyptian forward, whose shoulder was damaged during a collision with Ramos, has now attempted to laugh off claims from Madrid captain.

Ramos has recently said that Salah would have been given an injection to ease the pain facilitating him to play the full 90 minutes.

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Akhirnya, Mohamed Salah Bicara Terbuka soal Sergio Ramos dan Insiden di Kiev Penyerang Liverpool Mohamed Salah mendapatkan perhatian semakin besar dari publik dunia, setelah mengalami cedera pada final Liga Champions melawan Real Madrid, di Kiev, Sabtu (26/5/2018). Cedera pada bahu membuat Salah hanya bermain sekitar 30 menit pada final itu. Sejumlah kalangan menilai Real Madrid tak bakal menang 3-1 dan menjadi juara, seandainya Salah bisa bermain penuh. Tak selesai sampai di situ, cedera membuat Salah sempat diprediksi tak bisa memperkuat Mesir pada Piala Dunia 2018 Rusia. Salah kemudian menjalani perawatan di Benicassim, dengan harapan bisa pulih dan tampil pada Piala Dunia 2018. Dalam wawancara yang dilansir Marca pada Sabtu (9/6/2018), Salah bicara panjang lebar, termasuk soal cedera yang dialaminya pada final Liga Champions 2018. Ini adalah pertama kalinya, Salah bicara terbuka dan panjang setelah mengalami cedera pada bahu itu. Sumber: Bolalob.com #realmadridindonesian #realmadridcf #realmadridteam #realmadrid #mohamedsalah #spanyol #mesir

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The Spaniard has also added that the 25-year-old told him that he was ‘okay’ as the chatted just after the game.

However, the former Chelsea and AS Roma star has refused all Ramos’ claims.

“It’s funny…” he told Marca. “An injection? My comment is that it’s always okay when the one who made you cry first, then makes you laugh.”

“Maybe he could also tell me if I’m going to be ready for the World Cup? He sent me a message, but I never told him it was ‘okay.’”

Salah, who only joined Liverpool in the summer of 2017 from Italian side Roma, scored 44 goals in all competitions in his first season at Anfield.

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