Liverpool, who play in England's Premier League, boast two goal-scoring powerhouses in Egypt's Mohamed Salah and Brazil's Roberto Firmino. He is the quiet Galactico and, in fact, was conspicuous by his absence during Real's media day ahead of this final when the focus was inevitably on Ronaldo and his match-up with Mohamed Salah.
"It has been very nice playing for Real Madrid". Bale was stunning beauty, but most times it feels like there is some luck involved in those.
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But if Liverpool are to have ambitions about challenging for major honours and winning them, they can not expect to do so with an average goalkeeper, and that is what they have right now.
Salah attempted to continue but went down to the turf once again before he left the pitch in tears to be replaced by Adam Lallana.
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Salah's exit gave Real an immediate lift because they had been nervous and edgy up until that point in the game.
Klopp's side really could have let their heads drop, and yet they were soon back level, Mané turning the ball in after Dejan Lovren headed down James Milner's corner.
Ramos will no doubt receive plenty of questions as to his role in Salah's injury as the Spanish defender made sure Liverpool's main man hit the floor hard and locked his right arm in during the duel.
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The Portugal star, who has now won four Champions Leagues and two La Liga titles in nine years at the Bernabeu, told bein Sport: "In the coming days there will be an answer about my future for the fans, who have always been by my side".