Eden Hazard sends classy message to Liverpool FC star


Sergio Ramos' shithousery against Mo Salah took the Liverpool forward out of the Champions League final after just half an hour, much to the chagrin on Liverpool fans.

A couple days ago, Real Madrid central defender and team captain Sergio Ramos hit back at all the criticism that he's received since his collision with Mohamed Salah in the Champions League final which resulted in a serious injury to the Liverpool and Egypt star. His injury raised fears about his chances for appearing with Egypt at the World Cup, which opens in Russian Federation next week. During their final training camp, Egypt played two other friendlies as they drew with Kuwait and Colombia.

The Pharaohs will carry out their final training session in Egypt on Saturday night in Cairo before they travel to Russian Federation on Sunday.

Salah went on to confirm he is hoping to be fit to play in Egypt's first World Cup game against Uruguay next Friday, as he looked forward to the finals in Russian Federation.

They will then play against hosts Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia on June 19 and June 25.

Ramos also said that Salah had told him he was "okay" in a text exchange shortly after the final, but the Premier League's Golden Boot victor for 2017-18 has denied these claims.

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Hazard was on target in the first half at Stade Roi Baudouin after Romelu Lukaku opened the scoring against Egypt midweek before Marouane Fellaini completed the win in the second minute of stoppage time. "But what I like is that when we make mistakes we've got the togetherness to try to overcome them and I don't think we had that before and that's very pleasing". "If we want to go far in the World Cup, we'll have to be as solid as we were tonight and keep our energy". He left the pitch in tears and it was initially feared he would be ruled out of the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer altogether with a dislocated shoulder.

"We are glad about defeating Egypt 3-0".

"Tactically. He's helped me to defend better, but he also finds a way to make it easier to attack".

"Now I'm better", Salah told Marca, "I hope to play the first game against Uruguay. I think I've improved with him", he explained.

"The pressure was to qualify for the World Cup".