Liverpool legend Lawrenson urges Salah to undergo immediate surgery

Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah suffered a shoulder injury during Champions League final on Saturday

Meanwhile, Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson described Ramos' gamesmanship as "quite clever" after the Real Madrid captain's involvement in Salah's injury.

One of the main, if not the, takeaways from the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool was the injury to Salah.

But with the tournament starting in just two and a half weeks, that leaves Salah with little chance of featuring, unless his injury is less serious than initially feared. It's either the collarbone or the shoulder itself. "It doesn't look good".

Speaking to BT Sport at half-time, pundit Rio Ferdinand added: "It's so unfortunate to see something like that in a game of this magnitude".

The climax of a thrilling Champions League campaign is upon us as Real Madrid and Liverpool meet in the final of European football's biggest game at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium.

However, Egypt's FA later tweeted to say the team doctor had spoken with Liverpool officials who confirmed an x-ray showed ligament damage in his shoulder, rather than a fracture.

Started by user "Mohamed Salah Abdel-Hakeem", the petition's description reads: 'Sergio Ramos intentionally kept Mohamed Salah's arm under his armpit, causing dislocation of his shoulder.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi officially wished a speedy recovery for the superstar football player.

Mohamed Salah was subbed off in the first half of the Champions League final
Mohamed Salah was subbed off in the first half of the Champions League final

Despite a brief attempt to continue, he soon left the field in tears.

Egypt have been drawn against host nation Russia, Saudi Arabia and Uruguay in Group A.

Liverpool appealed for a penalty in the 73rd minute as Roberto Firmino's shot hits Casemiro's elbow, but the ref wasn't convinced and they played on.

German coach Klopp was given a round of applause when he ended his news conference and also received generous praise from reporters for his jovial manner in defeat and for taking Liverpool so far in Europe's elite club competition.

"No, I don't think so (there is any blame)", he said. It was like wrestling.

"We wanted everything and got nothing, or minus-something with the injury of Mo".

Mohamed Salah has revealed he hopes to make it to the World Cup in Russian Federation after picking up an injury in the Champions League final.

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