Merseyside Police look in to Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius death threats

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While Henderson conceded the result in the Ukrainian capital will sting for quite some time, the Liverpool captain is hopeful that the club's six-year wait for a trophy will soon be over. "When we lose, we lose together", he told reporters. It will hurt for a while but you have to move on in football.

Carmena, who attended the match in Kiev, said Real had won thanks to the "magisterial leadership of its manager and the synergy of all its players". The good thing about this final is that he will have the summer to take it and go forward. We have done brilliantly. We play as a whole squad.

"We got into half-time, 0-0 and that was fine".

"We are moving in the right direction".

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Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius issued a painfully apologetic note to fans Sunday, a day after his error-filled performance cost the Reds in the Champions League final.

"I'm not 100 per cent ready yet", the PSG striker said in a press conference ahead of the Brazilian team's trip to London on Monday (NZT). It had beaten Juventus last season, and city rival Atletico Madrid in finals in 2014 and 2016.

"We are going to sing a song, because sometimes some people forget". It is so hard to stand here now and say that but that is the truth. We have made history. I know that I messed up with the two mistakes and let you all down. "Hopefully he'll come back bigger and stronger".

He added: "It's very bad for Mo, very bad for us and very bad for Egypt". He did. But we are not blaming him.

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But if they strip away all of the emotion of Kiev and dampen down the pain of defeat, Liverpool and Klopp will see that they are making progress and building a team to be feared at Anfield. The mindset is totally different when you have him on the pitch.

There is no more painful experience than having to put your emotions into words at 5am on a Sunday, after your team have lost a Champions League final where the blows came one after another, each more devastating than the previous.

"How can I not love you when we're European champions again and again!" said Ramos, who then led the crowd in a chant apparently intended as a riposte to rivals Atletico Madrid. I'd just like to turn back the time, but that's not possible.

But this season has shown that Liverpool can compete with, and beat, the best in England and that is the platform on which they must build.

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Ronaldo said: "It was very nice to be at Real Madrid".