Salah Suffers Injury In Champions League Final, Leaves Field In Tears

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Can Egypt do well, of course they can, and maybe a lot more expectations will be on Mo now to deliver because of what he has done with Liverpool. "We've got a fantastic squad and a fantastic manager and we've got to use that to keep going forward". Salah has obliterated goalscoring records, won individual accolades and captured the imagination of football fans everywhere.

The Egyptian FA tweeted on Saturday evening to say that following a talk with the Liverpool medical staff they were optimistic over the winger.

Asked if Salah can star again for the Reds in the final, the 2005 Champions League victor told talkSPORT: "Yeah, definitely".

The 25-year-old was forced off with what looked a shoulder injury in the 31st minute of Saturday's final in Kiev.

Salah got up moments later and attempted to play on, but when he went to ground again with the same shoulder complaint it became clear that his night was over.

Shortly afterwards, Twitter crashed. "The future awaits you".

As great a player as Ramos undoubtedly is, he wasn't trending for positive reasons.

On the differences between Real and Liverpool.

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"It was a kinda harsh challenge, it's like wrestling".

It's hard to blame any of them.

"I'm sorry for everyone - from the team, from the whole club - that the mistakes cost dearly", he told talkSPORT.

Asked at half time whether it was fair to attribute any blame to Ramos, Lampard said: "No, I don't think so".

Ferdinand agreed, saying: "It's so unfortunate to see something like that in a game of this magnitiude".

"Unlike Liverpool's previous opponents in the competition, Real Madrid's defenders have far more speed to cope with the counter-attack".

I have only very, very few words after the game but it's nothing to talk about.

When he injured Salah...




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