Unlike Sergio Ramos, it’s not in Mo Salah’s character to be an awful bastard.
And as a result, he hasn’t tried to blame the Spaniard for the calculated takedown that injured our Egyptian’s shoulder.
Salah, who scored 44 goals for Liverpool this term just gone, left the field early against Real Madrid in Kiev – and with his exit went the majority of our spark up top.
Many believe Ramos purposely injured Salah, as there’s evidence of him doing the same to Dani Alves in the past, but Mo isn’t holding a grudge.
Ruben Pons, speaking to the Independent, said: “Salah has not told me anything about Sergio Ramos.
“We knew that it was something serious as soon as he fell on the ground because he never complains. We feared the worst.
“I was devastated. I tried to keep him calm. I told him he couldn’t do anything about it now and that he should not worry. It was time to look for solutions and not regret that things had not worked out.”
In our opinion, this says much more about Salah as a person than it does Ramos.
The defender is a winner, but he’s also a cheat.
Having said that, if Virgil van Dijk had injured Cristiano Ronaldo, we’re not sure we’d mind too much – so we guess it’s about the lengths you take to secure the top prizes.
Now, Salah is facing a race against time to get fit for the World Cup. We really hope he can make the competition and show everyone he’s the best player on the planet, which he wasn’t able to in the Ukraine because of Ramos.