Real Madrid vs Liverpool

Kristopher Nichols
May 27, 2018

"Comparing players with Ronaldo and Messi is something you can't do", said Ramos, quoted by the Daily Mail. The next few years will show if he can do something similar [to Messi and Ronaldo] but it is not that easy otherwise more players would have done it.

The Egypt worldwide became embroiled in a tussle for the ball with the Real Madrid captain just before the half hour. The Liverpool forward has impressed many with his sublime performances this season including Brazilian legend Ronaldo.

Egyptian business tycoon Naguib Sawris announced that he will be fasting on Saturday in support for Liverpool player Mo Salah, who will be playing the UEFA Champions League final without breaking his fast.

As the statistics show, there is very little separating the two players going into final.

Both Ronaldo and Salah have scored 44 goals in all competitions this season.

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The Reds lost home and away to los Blancos in the Champions League group stage in 2014. No wonder Salah is making the most of his newly-elevated status in the global game.

Salah marked his debut season at Liverpool by scoring 32 Premier League goals beating Ronaldo's 31-goal joint record from 2007-08.

But Madrid regressed in La Liga, surrendering its title with a third-place finish.

Liverpool will be the underdogs in Sunday's final having last won the Champions League crown way back in 2005 when they came back from three goals down against AC Milan. "If you like to compete and want to work hard you can achieve what we are doing".

"Salah's a great guy and I'm so happy for him because he was so determined to take his career and move with it", he said.

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