Carvajal on Salah

'It's true': Real Madrid's Dani Carvajal makes claim about Liverpool's £34m man ahead of Champions League final

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Dani Carvajal has responded to Liverpool star Mohamed Salah’s comments on the Champions League final against Real Madrid in Paris tomorrow night.

The Reds and the Galacticos met in the final of Europe’s most prestigious club competition four years ago. Real Madrid secured a win then thanks to Lloris Karius’ mistakes in goal, but something else happened on the night that really infuriated Liverpool supporters.

Sergio Ramos brought Mo Salah down in the first half, and the Egyptian fell awkwardly and hurt himself. Many believe that’s the reason why Liverpool didn’t win the game, and Salah is probably one of those people.

Right after Real Madrid secured a place in the final of the Champions League, Salah put out a tweet saying: “We have a score to settle.” Carvajal has now responded to that.

Dani Carvajal makes claim about Mo Salah ahead of Champions League final

Salah’s comments have gone viral in Spain and it’s clear that Real Madrid players are far from happy about the Egyptian’s words, irrespective of what happened four years ago.

Carvajal was asked about the ‘spiteful and revengeful tone’ of the £34 million Liverpool man ahead of the game tomorrow, and the Spaniard has now had his say.

“I don’t know if Salah or Liverpool are out for revenge,” Carvajal told ABC.

“It’s true that when you lose a Champions League final, you always want to have a second chance against the same team to beat them. Hopefully, it won’t be a major burden for Salah to lose a second Champions League final against Real Madrid.”

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Salah’s tweet made a lot of noise and it has to be said that he should’ve held off until the game was over. However, can you really blame him after the heartbreak of 2018?

As much as Jurgen Klopp and others try to play down the talks of revenge, Liverpool would love nothing more than to get the better of Real Madrid after what happened in Madrid four years ago.

However, Salah’s comments may have just angered Real Madrid’s players, and they may well play tomorrow to make the Egyptian regret his words.

It’s going to be a cracking game and we just can’t wait!

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