Sergio Ramos Fires Back At Klopp As Champions League Row Continues

Heather Diaz
August 16, 2018

After a public and distasteful exchange between the pair over the summer, Ramos appears to have dealt the final blow to Klopp with his latest comments.

"We have very good expectations for the season, this team wants to play handsome football and, with a bit more time, all the new signings are going to adapt".

Madrid defeated Liverpool 3-1 to win the UCL cup in a tough fixture that also saw Ramos clash with Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius, who was later found to have suffered a concussion.

The Real Madrid captain was embroiled in controversy in the final in May after his tackle on Mo Salah left the Egyptian worldwide injured.

When Ramos was quizzed on Klopp's words on Tuesday, however, he pointed out that Klopp had tasted final defeat before without his help.

"But I think in a situation like that, somebody needs to judge it better".

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Speaking to Pyramids TV, Robbie Keane highlighted how Salah evolved as a player, saying: "The fact that Salah went to Italy and was able to shine with both Fiorentina and Roma and then come back to England and produce the performances he did with Liverpool, it's just phenomenal".

Redknapp added that he spoke to Klopp after the game, and noticed that the German's eyes lit up every time Keita was mentioned, believing that the German rates Keita incredibly highly and will give him a key role in the Reds midfield.

"It was ruthless. I don't think Mo would have always got injured in that situation, this time it was unlucky, but it is an experience that we can not have". "I have no intention of hurting a player deliberately", he said, according to BBC Sport. "Let Klopp worry about his own players".

He also said Ramos was "brutal" and "ruthless".

'If Jurgen Klopp wants to make it a reason to lose, this is not the first final he has lost.

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