Sergio Ramos had some harsh words for Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp, who had earlier described Ramos as “ruthless and brutal” after the Spaniard’s challenge on Mohamed Salah in the Champions League final.Ramos’s challenge on Salah forced the Egyptian to go off the field and miss the first World Cup match for his country as well. As Salah went off, Liverpool lost the final and that handed Klopp his sixth defeat in seven finals during his coaching career.After that, Klopp had come out and criticised Ramos for his style of play.”If you watch it back and you are not with Real Madrid — then you think it is ruthless and brutal. I saw the ref taking charge of big games at the World Cup and nobody really thinks about that later. But in a situation like that somebody needs to judge it better,” Klopp said in a news conference ahead of Liverpool’s International Champions Cup game against Manchester United at the Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor.Also read – Klopp slams Ramos’s ruthless and brutal show in Champions League finalHe also blasted Ramos for colliding with goalkeeper Loris Karius during Liverpool’s 3-1 Champions League final defeat by Real in May.The war of word has since continued and Ramos has fanned the flames again by saying that Klopp should mind his own business.”It’s not the first final (Klopp) has lost, he should stick to his own business,” Ramos told reporters ahead of the UEFA Super Cup showdown with Europa League winners Atletico Madrid.Also read – Salah hits out at Ramos over Champions League final injuryadvertisement”Some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years, I’m not sure he can say the same.”Ramos, who has won four Champions Leagues, La Liga four times, the 2010 World Cup and two European Championship titles with Spain, had earlier brushed off claims of him trying to injure Salah.Also read – He grabbed my arm first, says Ramos after being blamed for Salah’s injuryBut, nobody bought that and the verbal battle continues till date.However, Ramos would hope to get over that and concentrate on Real Madrid’s UEFA Super Cup tie against Atletico Madrid at the A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn, Estonia on Wednesday night.