Sergio Ramos discloses he received death threats after Mo Salah injury but insists he has a clear conscience
Spain played England at Wembley Stadium during the UEFA nations league on Friday night, even though Spain won by 2 goals to 1, the Spanish squad received booing from English fans.
All of these happened owing to the presence of Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos in the Spanish squad and following an injury on Manchester United defender, Luke Shaw.
English fans were yet to forgive Sergio Ramos after what he did to Egypt international and Liverpool striker, Mo Salah in the UEFA Champions League final in May.
Sergio Ramos had inflicted an injury on Salah in the first half of the game between Real Madrid and Liverpool at Kiev, which saw the Egypt international leaving the pitch to the detrimental of other Liverpool players as they lost focus making Real Madrid lift the trophy again.
However, Sergio Ramos after the match against England revealed he, his family and children had received death threats after the injury on Salah.
He added that no one remembers the death threats but keep holding on the injury he never committed.
As the Spain international insisted he did nothing wrong and that he has a clear conscience.
However, Salah is yet to forgive him as he believed it was intentional.