Kroos supports Ramos on the incident against Karius

World Cup 2018 By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 06/06/2018

German midfielder Toni Kroos has pledged his support to his Real Madrid teammate Sergio Ramos on the collision against Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius, according to report.

“I’m completely sure that Ramos had no intention to actually injure him during the game. A foul wasn’t called but it’s clear that Ramos isn’t doing anything overly aggressive there and experience shows

us that he is not that kind of player. I’m happy about him being our captain and I didn’t see anything dirty there,” said Kroos. He said in an interview with Augsburger Allgemeine.

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It was reported that Karius picked up a concussion after the collision and that was the reason for the two blunders that lead to Gareth Bale goals, according to the Massachusetts General Hospital.

However, it’s also true that Karius never felt like he wasn’t ready enough to play after that clash.

Kroos will be in Russia to defend the World Cup title won four years ago with Germany, he remains a key player for the German national team.