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Salah: The last time I played at Real Madrid, it was still hard to let go of the injury and now I am full of motivation – yqqlm

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Salah: The last time I played at Real Madrid, it was still hard to let go of the injury and now I am full of motivation – yqqlm

Original title: Salah: The last time I played for Real Madrid, I still can’t let go of the injury and now I am full of motivation

On May 26, Beijing time, in the early morning of this Sunday, this season’s Champions League final will officially start. Liverpool striker Salah attended the press conference before the game. At the press conference he talked about his motivation against Real Madrid, his future and his memories of the 2017/18 Champions League final.

Salah said: “I am motivated and ready to try. I think after the 2017/18 Champions League final, and after we missed the league title by one point, everyone in the team is full of fighting spirit, because this The Champions League trophy is unbelievable for us. Since I came to the team, we have been fighting for the Champions League every season, everyone up and down the club is working hard.”

On the memories of the 2017/18 Champions League final, Salah said: “I remember that game I left after 30 minutes, it was the worst moment of my career. I played well that season, but I only played in the Champions League final for 30 minutes, which is a terrible thing for any footballer. I got the result after the game, I was in hospital, Henderson told me. “

Regarding his future, Salah intends to be in the moment: “At the moment I don’t focus on the contract. I don’t want to be a selfish person at all, as I said two months ago. Now is the time to consider the interests of the team. , this week is very important for us, so I’m just focusing on the team at the moment. I want to win the Champions League again, I want to see Henderson win the Big Ear Cup again.”

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