Ramos reignites Klopp feud by mocking German coaches poor final record

In a summer of heated exchanges between Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos and Liverpool, the Spain international has landed the latest blow by basically calling Reds boss Jurgen Klopp a loser.

Ramos has been at odds with the Anfield outfit since his controversial challenge in the Champions League final last May, took Liverpool’s star man Mohamed Salah out of the game with a dislocated shoulder.

Klopp recently labelled Ramos’ actions as ”ruthless and brutal,’’ with the 32-year-old centre-back responding by telling the German coach to relax and also questioning his dubious record in major finals.

“I have given my opinion on the matter,” Ramos told press conference ahead of the UEFA Super Cup.

“Maybe he held my arm first, and I have no intention of hurting a player deliberately.

“[Klopp] will be wanting to explain not winning the final, but it’s not the first that he has lost.

“But it doesn’t matter.

“In fact, when we voted on the best managers I voted for him.

“So he can relax.”

Klopp has played in seven finals during his managerial career and won just one.

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