Real Madrid captain Ramos dismisses Salah: He's no Ronaldo

Lawrence Kim
May 26, 2018

"As a goalkeeper it's easier to listen to some of the things the fans say, especially when the ball is not near, so I usually hear racist remarks from the other side, but I don't let it get to me", Aldroubi said. In the three years that the German has spent at the Merseyside club, they have finished eighth, fourth and fourth in the Premier League, indicating steady progress.

Football legends like Maradona and Ronaldo Nazario backed Salah to be able to rival the two dominant players Ronaldo and Messi, but Ramos feels the duo are on a totally whole level.

"They're in another orbit".

Liverpool have excelled in the transfer market in the recent windows, with Mohamed Salah, Andrew Robertson, Virgil van Dijk and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all enjoying impressive debut seasons at the club.

"[Salah has] got another chance to show what he can do tomorrow and he has a lot of seasons ahead to show he is as good as Cristiano and Messi". "I am pretty sure in the second before the game Real Madrid will be more confident than we are, but the game doesn't end in that second, it only starts", Klopp said. Liverpool beat Roma well.

However, Liverpool physiotherapist Ruben Pons has since confirmed, speaking to Spanish radio station Cadena SER, that the Egyptian will not be fasting in the build-up to the Champions League final. It is his ability to stay ready that has driven him, and with 15 Champions League goals this season, has scored four more than Salah, who is next on the list.

However, the 33-year-old maintains it is something that just happens in the moment.

Hafed Al Droubi is a goalkeeper who plays for Chesham United on loan from the National League club Sutton United. The culture of playing at Liverpool is wonderful; the atmosphere, the Champions League games are different in a good way.

A number of the players featured in the Europa League final defeat to Sevilla two years ago but the clash in Kiev is on a much bigger scale.

"When you're at this club you can not take your foot off the gas, least of all in this competition", Ronaldo said.

But what made him paint a sporting icon in Salah?

But Madrid regressed in La Liga, surrendering its title with a third-place finish.

Will Zidane lose his job?

"To reach a final is not easy", Zidane reminded his critics.

"I think that Mo Salah was very impressive". Not only on my part but also the players.

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Ronaldo-Salah showdown is on as Real Madrid faces Liverpool for the Champions League crown.

"If he scores another few, then I'll be a Muslim too - that's what they said". Did I ever think he would be a manager, though? No! "That was a big chance'".

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