After the incidents with Mohamed Salah and Loris Karius in the Champions League final, Sergio Ramos has denied any involvement in both Liverpool players’ injuries.
The Real Madrid captain collided with both players during the final, with Salah injuring his shoulder and with it revealed that Karius suffered a concussion.
“They have given a lot of attention to the Salah issue,” he said at the presentation of the Mediaset World Cup program.
“I didn’t want to talk about the subject because in the end it is magnified, but if you watch the play well then he grabs me first by the arm and I fall to the other side.
“In fact, the other arm is injured and they say that I made a judo hold there.
“Moreover, the goalkeeper says he was dazed after the collision with me.
“All I need is to hear Roberto Firmino say that he got a cold because a drop of my sweat fell on him.”
The Spain international went on to indicate that Salah’s injury wasn’t as bad as he made it look.
“I have texted him and he is quite well,” he added.
“If he had an injection he could have even played the second part.
“Sometimes I have done it, but it seems that when Ramos does something it always stands out a little more.”