'I love Him, He Looks Like Messi' - Ronaldo Praises Mo Salah

'I love Him, He Looks Like Messi' - Ronaldo Praises Mo Salah

Liverpool fans will point to three things that cost their club the Champions League final-superstar striker Mohamed Salah's shoulder injury and two awful mistakes by goalkeeper Loris Karius.

Speaking to ESPN, the former Liverpool defender recalls a training ground bust-up between the now 27-year-old and Luis Suarez whereby Henderson showed his mettle.

"I think we all knew that he was a good player but I didn't expect him to be such an fantastic, great player". Madrid became the first team to win three consecutive European Cups since the mid-1970s.

Toni Kroos has warned Real Madrid not to underestimate Liverpool ahead of this weekend's Champions League final.

"From what I said so far it doesn't look really good".

Mohamed Salah has been tipped to fire Liverpool to Champions League glory by Istanbul hero Luis Garcia.

While Ronaldo, 33, is one of the first names on coach Zinedine Zidane's team-sheet, Bale has rarely been in the first-choice XI even after recovering from an early-season injury.

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Jamie Carragher has revealed the moment he knew Jordan Henderson had the desire to succeed at Liverpool.

"I need to be playing week in week out, that has not happened this season". Ronaldo, a four-time Champions League victor, leads this year's tournament with 15 goals. Along with Mohamed Salah, the Spanish giants want to bring in Roberto Firmino from the players at Anfield.

The Reds leading scorer Mo Salah landed awkwardly after a collision with Real defender Sergio Ramos, causing him to leave the pitch with a suspected dislocated shoulder.

Making an explosive impact as a second-half substitute, Bale showcased athleticism and technique of the highest quality by sending Madrid in front with only his fourth touch of the game in the 64th minute.

The England worldwide played three years in the first-team for Sunderland, from 2008 to 2011, playing 71 games and scoring four goals.

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