Robertson finds it devastating how Ramos ended Salah’s season
Following their 3-1 loss in the Champions League final to Real Madrid, Robertson spoke about the turning point of the game, when Ramos held Salah’s arm to slam the King’s shoulder into the ground, forcing the Reds to lose their main star after 30 minutes of play.
“I don’t know. I was trying to get the ball off Mo. I think it is just how he has landed but Ramos is quite clever, isn’t he?”
“I think it could have been Mo, it could have been any of us. It just disrupted our rhythm a wee bit,” he added.
“Everyone looks because it is Mo Salah. He has done unbelievable this season and for it to end that way for him was devastating. The last 10 minutes of the first half, we sat back and they created a couple of chances.
“We got into half-time, 0-0 and that was fine. I thought we started well in the second half but then the mistake happened. We bounced back so quickly, which was credit for all the lads.
“Then the second goal? What can you say about that? Nobody is stopping that. Fair play to him. We have just fallen short.”
Although the Pharaoh lost the final, the EFA released a statement today declaring he will be ready to play in the World Cup.
Salah bagged 44 goals in all competitions for Liverpool this season and the Egyptian supporters cannot wait to see him in action this June.
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