Sergio Ramos targets "dream" Champions League final victory over Liverpool

18 May, 2018, 03:20 | Author: Amy Huff
  • 30 up Kane’s best ever Premier League return still wasn’t enough to beat Mohamed Salah to the Golden Boot

Plans have been put in place for a victory parade for Liverpool should they win the Champions League later this month.

Speaking to Marca (via the Daily Star), Madrid midfielder Luka Modric admitted his side had not expected Liverpool to be challenging them for the trophy, stating: "They weren't one of the favourites, but when you look at the matches they've played you see that they deserve to be in the final".

'We are on the way to becoming a really good team and performing at such a high level is very cool.

And whereas the strain is cranking up forward of subsequent week's showdown with holders Real Madrid in Kiev, the Reds' gamers lower relaxed figures of their sun shades and summer season apparel.

The former England right-back has now hilariously suggested he can't imagine what life would be like if Liverpool end up conquering the Champions League and Chelsea the FA Cup beating United after Manchester City's Premier League and EFL Cup mastery. What date's the Champions League final?

Egyptian legend Mohamed Aboutrika has now explained why he believes Real's Marcelo is scared of the 25-year-old, and that Jurgen Klopp's side have a big chance of winning the European final next Saturday.

Firmino told "I am still a little bit "restless", as I always want more, to grow and grow even further". Egypt were 3-0 down at the break but Salah scored as the clash finished 3-2.

"We aren't anyone else". Let us know in the comments section. To summarise, it's been a insane ride.

After his sensational performance with Liverpool, Salah has been heavily linked with Real Madrid but Owen believes the Egyptian will stay at Anfield next season.

"Despite drawing in Moscow and then [twice] against Sevilla, both at home and away, when we conceded three goals, I thought, "OK, we're ready for the Champions League".

Liverpool have made a habit of punishing teams with relentless blitzes in games.

The legendary shot-stopper has won dozens of trophies at domestic and global level but only Champions League trophy eludes him. It's just part of the game.