Champions League Final: Mohamed Salah Warns Real Madrid (Details)

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Liverpool playmaker, Mohamed Salah has dared Spanish Champions, Real Madrid ahead of their Champions Leagues Final clash, MySportDab reports.

Recall that Liverpool had lost the Champions League trophy to Real Madrid after suffering a 3-1 defeat.

It was a double blow for the Egyptian who went out injured and the Reds losing the Champions League title.

Liverpool has been phenomenal this season reason with pundits predicting thet the reds may be on their way of winning a quadruple this season.

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Mohamed Salah who just won the FWA Award for the second goal has dared the Los Blancos to repeat the 2018 feat.

Salah who has netted 22 goals in the Premier League this season and has netted 8 in the Champions League.

Salah was injured after colliding with Sergio Ramos who is now plying his trade with the French Champions, Paris Saint Germain.

The 29-year-old stated that he had anticipated Real Madrid to win the semi-finals so that the stage will be set of a revenge of the 2018 defeat.

“It will be a time to revenge the 2018 defeat. I am extremely happy to play them in the finals”

Wales and former Madrid player, Gareth Bale netted twice while Kareem scored one to dash the Reds’ hope of landing the UEFA Champions League.

This time, the English giants will square it against a more solid and high flying Madrid side.

The Los Blancos have been confirmed 2022 La Liga Champions and have showed a sterling and superb performance this season.

Liverpool on the other hand are just a poor behind Premier League leaders, Manchester City with three Premier League matches remaining.

Madrid eliminated Manchester city after a stunning and dramatic come-back and an extra time goal by Benzema.

The Reds on the other hand saw off a similar Spanish side, Villareal, coming back from two goals down to win 4-2 on aggregate.

The 2022 Finals will be held in France at Paris with the two European giants slugging it out for the most coveted European club competition.

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