Arsene Wenger accuses Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane of Liverpool's defeat against Real Madrid

The legendary former Arsenal coach, Arsene Wenger, criticized the Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah and Senegalese Sadio Mane, accusing them of being the main reason for their team's 1-0 defeat against Real Madrid in the Champions League final yesterday at the Stade de France in the French capital, Paris.

Wenger said in comments reported by the English newspaper "Mirror" yesterday: I wonder if losing the English Premier League title a week ago negatively affected Liverpool's morale.

Salah and Mane, who have the ability to change things, did not achieve this, and failed to make the difference required for Liverpool to excel.

Wenger stressed that the players were not on time, and could not take responsibility for the decisive moments of the season, in order to lead their team to the European crown, due also to their physical impact due to the pressure of the matches, but they advanced due to the lack of focus in crucial moments of the match.

The French coach praised the Real Madrid team, and said that goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois was decisive in preventing Liverpool from returning in the match, and said: I had a feeling if Liverpool scored the equalizer, he would definitely win.

He said that Madrid, with his great experience, knows how to achieve titles, and that coach Ancelotti deserves the records he has achieved, and expressed his admiration for his technical plans and his distinctive personality with his players.

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