The tough challenge performed by Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos on Liverpool hitman Mohamed Salah during the Champions League final has appeared in the form of question in a law exam in Syria.
Salah suffered a strain in his left shoulder after a tough duel between him and Ramos where the Spain international dragged the former who lost his balance and fell on his shoulder.
The Egypt star underwent medical tests few days post the European showdown to understand the extent of his injury and it showed that it will take him around three weeks to recover, with the Egyptian Football Association president Hany Abou-Rida confirming that he will be ready in time for the World Cup in Russia.
A snapshot of the exam paper of the first-year law students circulated on Facebook.
The question reads: “Sergio Ramos injured Mohamed Salah in the 2018 European Champions League final. Naturally, Ramos cannot be held to account for this action from a criminal law perspective due to four conditions that make the use of violence justified in sports. State these conditions.”
The 25-year-old winger has proceeded with his rehabilitation program in Valencia, Spain in order to accelerate his return, but he is likely to miss the Pharaohs’ Group A opener against Uruguay.