What a judo organisation tweeted about Sergio Ramos injuring Mohamed Salah

Postado Mai 28, 2018

Liverpool's blundering goalkeeper Loris Karius was hit with a torrent of abuse last night after his two errors gifted Real Madrid a resounding Champions League victory. Ramos's dubious tackle, which went unpunished by match referee Milorad Mazic, prompted one furious fan watching the game to yell "Dirty guy" at the Spaniard, although his screams were drowned out by a sea of other insults.

Many football fans around the world have signed an online petition asking Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos to be punished for "intentionally" injuring Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah.

"I think when he was on the pitch we did it well for 25 minutes but [after the injury] there was less than before".

Nearly no one had expected the Portuguese forward to pour doubt over his continuity at Los Blancos so soon after the Champions League final was won.

"I have contacted the good son of Egypt and my son, Mohamed Salah, to reassure him after his injury", El-Sisi wrote on Twitter.

As if not to be out-done, Ronaldo appeared to cast doubt on his own future and caused Spanish consternation when he said: "It was very nice to be at Real Madrid". As it turned out, Real Madrid did indeed make fewer mistakes than Liverpool on Saturday night to lift their third straight Champions League trophy.

Scholes, who spent six seasons playing alongside Ronaldo at United, hailed his former teammate's achievements as "amazing" and said he was the best player in the world.

They say you need to have short-term memory loss when it comes to being a goalkeeper; a strong mentality to bounce back.

"Did we ever think he'd go on to do what he's done?"

Egypt will be at the World Cup for the first time since 1990 and face hosts Russia, Uruguay and Saudi Arabia in Group A. I don't like that part of the sport but it's part of the sport and things like this can happen.

It is said that the Anfield hierarchy are willing to back their German manager financially over the summer to counteract such issues after such a fruitful return on investment past year, with Liverpool chairman Tom Werner stating as much to The Telegraph ahead of the Kiev showdown.