Liverpool's Mohamed Salah seen without sling for shoulder injury

Dejan Lovren’s Champions League final display shows Liverpool don’t need another defender

Dejan Lovren’s Champions League final display shows Liverpool don’t need another defender

Thousands of people signed a petition on the Change.org website asking to punish Ramos for his action.

Meanwhile, the Egyptian Football Federation has announced that Salah will travel to Spain to undergo treatment on his shoulder injury.

Egyptian lawyer Bassem Wahba has filed a lawsuit worth 1 billion Euros against Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos for "intentionally" hurting Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.

Ramos was the subject of many social media arguments last night - as disheartened fans questioned the tackle.

Ronaldo had overshadowed Madrid's 3-1 win over Liverpool in Saturday's final in Kiev to lift a record-extending 13th European Cup by dropping a hint that he was about to leave the club in an interview moments after collecting the trophy, declaring "it was attractive to be at Real Madrid".

For Egypt, Salah scored five goals in five matches during the Pharaoh's qualification campaign, scoring the decisive penalty in a 2-1 victory over the Congo to lift his country into the Finals.

Goalkeeper Karius made two costly errors in the match, first throwing the ball straight at Karim Benzema's feet for the opening goal before palming Gareth Bale's long-range shot into his own net. The good thing about this final is that he will have the summer to take it and go forward.

The youngster, who has improved dramatically across the season, admitted to costing his team a chance at winning.

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"It's very hard right now but that's the life of a goalkeeper".

Lampard said at half-time: "He's got close, like any defender should do and sometimes when you get that contact you do interlink arms and it's more unfortunate in the end, the way he fell".

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