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Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren continued his dispute with captain Sergio Ramos of Real Madrid and referred to his team as "pesés" after Croatia beat Spain 3-2 in the UEFA League on Thursday.
Tin Jedvaj won a winner of injury to stay alive Croatia's hopes of reaching the first League League final. Lovren published in his story of Instagram the dressing room and said (translated by AS): "Haha! 3-2. Get ahead and talk now, buddy. Buddy! They are a lot of pesés."
The Reds star also said that "Elbowed him good!", Apparently referring to a challenge he made about Ramos during the game and referred to in another post of Instagram celebrating the victory. In that image, Ramos sees himself clutching his head in discomfort, suggesting that Lovren was glad to hurt his opponent.
Centro-back Ramos scored the penalty to score four goals in his last four games for Spain, although his prolific touch was unlucky in finishing consecutive losses against Croatia and England.
Merseyside soccer writer, Richard Buxton, got tired of the matter:
Richard Buxton @Richard Buxton_
Everything for players who fight instead, but this continuous dispute between Dejan Lovren and Sergio Ramos is something strange and useless. #FCF #RMCF
The rivalry between the couple that faced the UEFA Champions League final in Kiev was reincorporated when Lovren told Copa90 that the reputation of Ramos was saved by Real's force in attack (h / t AS).
He said: "If you look at Ramos, you have many more mistakes than I. But you are in Real Madrid. Ronaldo a couple of seasons, when you make a mistake, but you win 5-1, 5-2, nobody sees the error."
Ramos, 32, took the high path in response to those observations and refused to comment: "I do not know if these things are said by frustration or for other reasons. I'm not going to answer Lovren nor who wants to win a title or newsletter. Let each one gain things on the ground. "
It was a challenge by Ramos that meant that Mohamed Salah had to retire after only half an hour in the Champions League final in May, and Spanish also faced Reds goalkeeper Loris Karius.
The rivalry goes back to that night in Kiev, with Branches often the common denominator:
Both Real and Liverpool share the lead in their respective Champions League groups this season and could cross the roads in Europe again.