Barcelona’s classy message to Liverpool after Muhammad Salah ruled out of Anfield semi-final

Barcelona wished Mohamed Salah a speedy recovery after the concussion he suffered against Newcastle after being thrown out of the Champions League semi-final in Liverpool. The 26-year-old was hit in the head in a collision with Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka in the 3-2 win at Liverpool on Saturday and had to be stretched after being treated for several months. More Interesting matches are ahead for those who have grabbed their Tickets for Champions League Final. Fortunately, Salah looked good after the match, however, Jurgen Klopp officially excluded him from the semi-final of the Champions League return match at his press conference in anticipation of the match, saying: “This is a concussion not to be allowed to play … we cannot do it.”The news was a blow for Liverpool, who are looking to eliminate a deficit of 3-0 since the first leg, while Roberto Firmino will also be absent Due to a muscular problem, after the Klopp press conference, Liverpool tweeted the news that Salah would be absent.

Barcelona’s classy message to Liverpool after Muhammad Salah ruled out of Anfield semi-final
Barcelona’s classy message to Liverpool after Muhammad Salah ruled out of Anfield semi-final

In response, Barcelona replied: “Such games are reserved for world-class players. See you soon! The Egyptian missed a golden opportunity to score a goal outside of Liverpool in the first leg but hit the post at close range shortly after Lionel Messi opened the scoring to 3-0 for Barcelona thanks to an amazing free kick. Nevertheless, Salah has been an integral part of Liverpool’s run to the Champions League semifinals this season, scoring four goals and providing two assists in 11 games In total, he has scored 14 goals and six assists in 24 UEFA Champions League matches since leaving Rome in 2017.

Tensions between Real Madrid, rival Liverpool and Barcelona, ​​were exacerbated in the final of last season, while Salah was forced to leave the shoulder after an argument with Sergio Ramos. As for the best news for Liverpool, Salah and Firmino are both vying for the final of the Premier League season against the Wolves at Anfield on Sunday.

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