Liverpool hero Mohamed Salah and Paris Saint-Germain star Sergio Ramos share friendly hug at Dubai Globe Soccer Awards despite 2018 Champions League final incident


After the 2018 Champions League final, it wouldn’t be daring to assume that Mohamed Salah and Sergio Ramos aren’t friends.

However, after the events in Kyiv, the duo got together again, and this time seemed to be in good spirits in each other’s company.

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The duo were in good spirits on Thursday

In the first half of Liverpool’s clash with Real Madrid four years ago, Salah was substituted with a shoulder injury following a collision with Ramos.

The Reds went on to lose the final 3-1, and many of their fans were under the impression that the current Paris Saint-Germain defender had intentionally injured the Egyptian striker.

They have met several times since then, but a recent video suggests their past may now be behind them.

Salah and Ramos were present at the 13th edition of the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards on Thursday night and soon kissed upon their arrival.

In a video posted on Twitter the footballing duo are shown smiling and engaging in a friendly embrace, before Salah then meets fellow star Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Despite what happened in 2018, it was a friendly moment between the two, who both received awards throughout the ceremony.

Ramos and Salah face off in the 2018 Champions League final


Ramos and Salah face off in the 2018 Champions League final

Salah was named ‘Tik Tok Fans’ Player of the Year and Ramos received the ‘Best Defender of All Time’ award.

Ibrahimovic received a “Player Career Award”, as well as former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney.

New Aston Villa boss Unai Emery has won a ‘Coach Career Award’, with Madrid duo Karim Benzema and Carlo Ancelloti securing ‘Best Men’s Player of the Year’ and ‘Best Manager of the Year’ titles respectively. year”.

Los Blancos have been named ‘Best Men’s Club of the Year’ after their double season in La Liga and the Champions League.

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