The plague of Sergio Ramos spreads further drama to an already painful debate. Afore the centre most stage as football kicks off, the worry of fairy-tail man, Mohamed Salah making the first game of the World Cup appears to be over.
Initial reports surfaced that Salah’s likely to make the opening match for Egypt when they take on South American side, Uruguay. The opening fixture for the African side will take place Friday the 16th of June.
It provides a major moral boost to the Egyptian side, with the tournament commencing in a few sleeps from now. The man, who led Egypt to the World Cup in dramatic fashion, enters the World’s stage in equal style.
Although the player was all bright smiles and cheerful to hand everybody the good news of his timely recovery, Salah also spoke out on recent comments of Sergio Ramos, the man who put the winger’s cup aspirations in jeopardy. Talking about the irony of the situation and how Ramos’ claims were far from the conversation the Liverpool attacker was involved in.
The attacker was recorded saying:
“He sent me a message, but I never told him it was ‘fine,’
He added by saying:
My comment [to that] is that it’s always good when the one who made you cry at first, then makes you laugh. Maybe he could also tell me if I’m going to be ready for the World Cup?”
Angry or not, Salah hasn’t warmed up after the texting between the two. Even for the defender to go on and suggest he should have bitten the bullet, taken painkillers and finished the Champions League Final gives him [Salah] no reason to.
What kind of a build would this be if the two were to meet sometime during the World Cup in Russia?
Thankfully, Egypt’s worries are behind them and preparations for their performances at the World Cup includes their most lethal weapon. Hopefully, the UCL final day problems takes a backseat and Salah turns attention to helping his country qualify for the knockout stages.