English League striker sends a warning message to Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos over Mohamed Salah’s shoulder injury (video)
– The 36-year-old Wycombe Wanderers striker Akinfenwa sends a warning message to Sergio Ramos
– He blames the Spaniard for Mohamed Salah’s disappointing injury during the Champions League final in Kiev late last month
– The Egyptian forward has continued to recover ahead of this year’s World Cup in Russia
Wycombe Wanderers striker Adebayo Akinfenwa has reportedly sent a warning message to Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos after injuring Mohamed Salah in the Champions League final late last month.
The Egyptian star was forced out of the match in the first half after being wrestled by the Spain defender in the last game of the season.
Salah was later diagnosed with shoulder injury which made him doubtful for this year’s FIFA World Cup staging in Russia this month.
He was impressive for his country during their qualification process as the Pharaohs returned to the World championship for the first time since 1990.
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The striker outscored Harry Kane in the English topflight last season and won the highest goals scorer with a record 32 goals in a league season.
Salah also recorded a total of 44 goals in all competitions in the same season and he won a golden boot and also emerged best player last term.
The Wycombe Wanderers striker said in a video posted on social media after coming back from his holiday and said: “So, it’s been ten days after the Champions League final and I just got back from holidays.”
“Sergio Ramos, not only did you just take away my main man Mohamed Salah, but now I’m hearing you put Karius on concussion.
“Look baller, I’m never ever going to play against you because I’m never going to make it to the Champions League and you are lucky, but if I did, I swear I’m going to squeeze you.”
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Salah is currently recovering from his shoulder injury and has already been named in Egypt’s 23-man list for the 2018 World Cup.
Meanwhile, the 36-year-old bagged an impressive 17 goals in League Two for Wycombe this season and he’d no doubt cause Ramos some problems and he could always snap him in half.
Akinfenwa’s deal with for his league Two side ends at the end of this month after joining them in the summer of 2016.
He has scored 26 goals in 82 matches in all competitions for his side after joining them from AFC Wimbledon in 2016.
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