Salah has taken to social media to express his feeling about the tie.
Mohamed Salah has issued a warning to Real Madrid ahead of the Champions League final in Paris. Meanwhile, his remark came before the semifinal game as he was expecting Real Madrid in the final.
Liverpool and Real Madrid met in the Champions League final earlier in 2018 when Los Blancos defeated them 3-1 after two blunders from goalkeeper Loris Karius and a Gareth Bale stunner.
The Egyptian is now in a different mindset and looks optimistic to secure Champions League glory in Paris this month. When he was asked the finalists after Liverpool’s semifinal game, he picked Real Madrid.
“It’s great to be in the final for the third time in five years.”
“I want to play Real Madrid, I have to be honest.”
“Hopefully we’ll win it from them as well.”
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 3, 2022
Now it’s confirmed that Real Madrid will play them in the final on May 28. Salah has taken to social media to express his feeling about the tie, in which the Liverpool forward menacingly said “We have a score to settle.”
Liverpool will take on Carlo Ancelotti’s men in Paris on May 28th in the search for a title after 2019.
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