Zidane snubs Gareth Bale after Champions League victory

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Manchester United are reportedly keeping an eye on Gareth Bale's situation following his comments after Real Madrid's UEFA Champions League win over Liverpool on Saturday, but they could face competition from Chelsea for his signature.

That put his participation at the World Cup finals in doubt but the popular player moved quickly to ease those fears as he shrugged off his personal disappointment and Liverpool's loss.

Posts included a commenter saying he hoped Karius died of cancer, while another read: "I hope your whole family dies" and one even said "I'll murder your girl".

I am convinced that Jurgen Klopp said to Liverpool "Do everything quickly. Despite the odds, I'm confident that I'll be in Russian Federation to make you all proud", Salah wrote on his official Twitter account on Sunday.

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The German gifted Real striker Karim Benzema an easy goal for the opener in Kiev on Saturday night.

Even for the third goal, Hislop believes Karius was not only unnerved but also too focused on getting Liverpool moving forward again.

Wijnaldum went onto claim that Mohamed Salah's forced exit through injury also played a significant part in the defeat, adding: "I think it was a big blow for us - it seemed like a big blow for us the way we reacted after his injury". I said it then, and I maintain that all things considered, the Real Madrid captain is arguably the greatest defender of the current era.

Liverpool star Salah, the Premier League Golden Boot victor and recipient of multiple end-of-season awards, landed heavily on his left shoulder after tangling with Sergio Ramos. "Obviously I need to play every week, something that hasn't been the case this season".

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"I just tried to pick his head up and show him you have to carry on with it".

Until Liverpool's star forward Mohamed Salah went off with a shoulder injury, Real were struggling to cope with the Reds' incisive attacks. "It is hugely frustrating but we can't change it", he said.

The Egypt worldwide had to come off midway through the first half after falling awkwardly during a challenge with Sergio Ramos in the final in Kiev. "He will come back strong", Lovren said.

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