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Filipe Luis warns Flamengo team-mates over ‘super dangerous’ Liverpool star Mohamed Salah

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah and Filipe Luis were team-mates at Chelsea (Picture: Getty) Filipe Luis has warned his Flamengo team-mates to be wary of Mohamed Salah’s threat should they face Liverpool in the Club World Cup final this weekend. Flamengo came from behind to beat Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal 3-1 on Tuesday evening to book their place in Saturday’s showpiece at Doha’s Khalifa International Stadium. Salem Al Dawsari put Al Hilal in front in the 18th minute before Giorgian de Arrascaeta leveled just after half-time for Flamengo to set up a tense second half. Bruno Henrique gave Flamengo the lead for the first time in the match in the 78th minute and Ali Albulayhi’s own goal put the Brazilians out of sight. Luis’ Flamengo beat Al Hilal to reach the Club World Cup final (Picture: Getty) They will discover their opponents on Wednesday night when Liverpool take on Mexico’s Monterrey in the other semi-final. Flamengo’s Luis could be set for a reunion with Salah in Doha and the defender believes his ex-Chelsea team-mate is now ‘one of the most dangerous players’ on the planet. ‘Salah is a great friend, I played with him at Chelsea,’ Luis said following Flamengo’s victory over Al Hilal. ‘If you have to defend him, you will be an enemy. ‘He is a super dangerous player, fast, with a good dribble and finishes very well. ‘We can not give him space because he is one of the most dangerous players in the world.’ More: FootballFilipe Luis warns Flamengo team-mates over 'super dangerous' Liverpool starE-cig firms banned from advertising using public Instagram postsPewDiePie says 'insufferable' Tana Mongeau doesn't deserve Streamy Award win Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes Salah has recovered from his ankle problems and returned to full fitness again. Asked whether Salah is back to his best, the German replied: ‘Absolutely, that’s exactly how it is now. ‘It is our life, it is the life of a footballer, you get a knock, but you don’t have time really to deal with it. ‘Then everybody thinks, medical department, coach, player, everything is fine, until then you get the next knock in the game, and you don’t say “oh, I feel it again”. ‘It just makes it that bit more difficult.’ MORE: Leipzig confirm transfer offer for Manchester United target Erling Haaland ...

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Published By: Metro - Wednesday, 18 December







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