The Champions League Final was a memorable night for a number of reasons but it was the incident which involved Mo Salah and Sergio Ramos which remains the major talking point.
The 2010 World Cup winners play their first game under Enrique on Saturday away to England in their opening match of the Uefa Nations League before hosting Croatia - finalists in Russian Federation - on Tuesday.
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Sergio Ramos and Real Madrid have got a flawless start to their La Liga campaign as the defending champions have garnered maximum points from three games.
Ramos' tussle with Salah had resulted in an injury to the Egyptian. Ramos was however unwilling to add more fuel to the controversy.
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"Despite the speculation there could have been, I have always got on well with the people I have found with most character", said Ramos. "It doesn't matter to me".
"Of course, I didn't really know him personally". My conscience is very clear. "I know the English fans will treat players as they deserve and I'm not anxious in the slightest". "I am not anxious about that in the slightest".
Luis Enrique's task is to find the sweetspot between the old Spain and the new.
Led by Fernando Hierro, Spain surprisingly lost on penalties to the hosts to mark a pretty disastrous World Cup campaign which saw Julen Lopetegui sacked just one day before the tournament started.
Ramos, 32, who will wear the armband for Spain against England at Wembley on Saturday night, said that he had never meant to hurt Salah who dislocated a shoulder in the incident after 25 minutes and later left the pitch in Kiev in tears. "I have been playing for many years, I have the same drive, the same dreams".
"I only have nice things to say about the new coach". It is a challenge for me.