Published: Fri, August 17, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Marcelo Had A Very Cheeky Reaction Whe Ramos Mocked Jurgen Klopp

Marcelo Had A Very Cheeky Reaction Whe Ramos Mocked Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool spent close to £40million on the Brazil worldwide just two days after their Champions League final defeat against Real Madrid and the former Monaco star was expected to slot in at the base of Klopp's midfield.

"Some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years, not sure Klopp can say the same".

"(With Salah) you don't think "Wow, good challenge".

And, ahead of Real's UEFA Super Cup clash with Atletico Madrid on Wednesday, Ramos chose to open fire on Klopp's losing record in cup finals.

"He [Salah] kept looking for a chance to show his qualities as a player and he certainly found it at Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp".

With the Champions League final decided by a bit of magic and two mistakes, Liverpool fans truly believe they would've won the match if Mo Salah had stayed healthy.

The Real Madrid captain also reignited the feud sparked by a controversial tackle on Mohamed Salah in the 2017-18 Champions League final that Klopp regarded as brutal and intentional.

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Whether Costa's challenge was intentional or not is anyone's guess.

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.

And the Blancos skipper then made his latest remarks regarding Klopp's failure to win six of his seven career finals as a manager, with defeats including the 2013 Champions League to Bayern Munich when with Dortmund, and the Europa League final to Sevilla and League Cup final against Manchester City with Liverpool - both in 2016.

Danny Higginbotham has said that Naby Keïta will add a new dimension to the Liverpool front line and that he will have already surprised a few people.

He adds a new dimension to Klopp's attack as he offers incisive passing and the ability to take on opposition midfielders easily.

Whether Klopp yet again chooses to respond remains to be seen.

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