Madrid beat Salah-less Liverpool To Win 3rd UCL On The Trot

Madrid beat Salah-less Liverpool To Win 3rd UCL On The Trot

Madrid beat Salah-less Liverpool To Win 3rd UCL On The Trot

Liverpool's Loris Karius made the sort of mistakes that can "destroy a career" in the Champions League final, according to former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn.

Karius' attempted throw deflected into the net off Karim Benzema to break the deadlock and he was also at fault for Gareth Bale's goal which made it 3-1, as he fumbled a seemingly straightforward shot into his own goal. The 24-year-old also took the blame for the defeat, conceding that he had let his teammates and all the Liverpool fans down.

European football expert and broadcaster Mina Rzouki is on hand to analyse the final too, and whether or not we are still under-rating Real Madrid despite their third consecutive victory in the final.

Speaking after the game, Jürgen Klopp suggested Karius' second mistake may have been partly caused by the first error. "We win as a team, we lose as a team".

"We kept the ball, created chances and pressed high in the first 30 minutes, but in 10 years from now no one will speak of how we lost". The Manchester United centre back didn't have to say anything to a man who turns out for a rival team, but the Ivorian appeared there to support him in an undoubtedly hard time. I don't take that for granted and once again it showed me what a big family we are.

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"Of course everyone tried to cheer me up - but there was just silence everywhere because everyone was really disappointed".

It was frightful, and in that situation, there is nothing you can say or do to make that individual feel any better as they know their error cost the team. 'It was a shame to see (Mohamed) Salah go off early on - he is an awesome player and they were on fire towards the beginning, but they definitely bounced back.

Ibrox ace Foderingham lambasted Pennant after he sent a tweet saying he felt sorry for Liverpool's players, except Karius.

He thanked the "unbelievable fans" for coming to Kiev and promised to "come back stronger". It was a goal that effectively relegated us and Dorus was in floods of tears after the game in the dressing room.

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