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How much quality is Bale? That first goal will be played over and over again for decades. It beats Zizou's final goal too and thats saying something.

I hope Pogba learns a thing or two about delivering when required, despite being injured for several months Bale is able to show up when it matters and wins the most coveted prize for his team. Pogba only shows up in the salon.
Hope people can see how prima donnas have been letting both Utd and Mou down instead of placing all the blame on the manager. When the club goes out on a limb to spend so much money on one player, atleast some level of quality and commitment is expected in return. But when the player is more interested in keeping his popularity up, its such a shame...
I know I'm late but LOL!!

Also, people who think Ramos purposely injured Salah are just haters.
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On this we can agree my friend. Salahs injury is as much his own doing as Ramos
Not his doing, just an accident. Ramos definitely tried to bring him down but I don't think he was trying to injure Salah.
It would be very impressive if Ramos thought that taking him down with his right arm would hurt his left shoulder. Not really surprised So many people can’t see that clearly.
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I might even sound a bit harsh, but Ramos went in, got the ball and broke his fall like how you are taught to, rolling over on the side. Clearly the stronger person in the tackle.

Most people don't see that Salah was nowhere near the ball and put his hand in first. The way he went in was naive, especially against a war dog like Ramos.

Request to everyone -
Just look how Salah put his hand in trying to stop Ramos. It was a grapple war, started by Salah and won by Ramos. As Ramos falls over, he does not even have Salah's arm locked in. Please watch in slow motion, I request.

Guys - I love Salah (everyone does) but this is just unfair they way peopl are looking at Ramos here. If at all this is great defending, getting close to your opponent and being strong.
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do people not see salah also holding onto ramos's arm?
if he did not hook onto his arm ramos would not drag him down with him.
seriously, it's like just sentencing a man for murder on an old lady without looking at the evidence.
does anyone actually think they are leaving or is it gonna be another case of bale and ronaldo using our name(or psg) to get an improved contract out of r.madrid
Contract talks all over again! haven't you heard of the saying fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.
Just like last CL where ADM was MOTM and Perez sold him to sign world cup star James

I think this time it is bale being sold to make space and funds for neymar.

Bale is 29, and on the bench. His situation is not tennable but we can only buy him if real madrid want to sell.

I'm not for buying bale unless we keep martial. Also bale.price has to be in ADM region, around 50-60M.
Lol bale isnt coming for 60m, if he moves its for another world record fee.
Fool must change " You'll never walk alone" to "f**k off you twat".
Seriously, very classy of fool. Their goalkeeper was devastated and noone bothered giving him much as a tap on the shoulder.
Henderson was actually very classy in his post match interview when asked what he thought of the mistakes made by Karius.

With that said, you have to sympathize with the players being so upset with the result. Liverpool is not a team oozing with individual talent (sorry Pool fans, this is the truth). For the most part, they are composed mainly of mid-table calibre players. I am talking about the likes of Milner, Henderson, Lallana, Lovren and even Mane. The only reason they got this far is because of the system Klopp has developed. They can't go toe to toe with the likes of Madrid, they have to bring down the opponent to their level to even the playing field. Pressing as a team for 90 minutes to take advantage of the few mistakes their opponents may make. It takes an unimaginable level of concentration that must be applied in unity by 11 men.

And they were successfully doing just that! Unfortunately, Karius really f****d them in the butt today. Every Liverpool player was earning their bread today except him. He f****d up badly. Twice. They have every right to be pissed at him. I would be devastated knowing that I will likely never play in a match of this magnitude again. The stars were all aligned. The engine was rolling. And one person f****d it all up. TWICE.

People rage quit when they concede stupid goals like this in a video game, yet alone in a CL final LOL. To add insult to injury, the one individual talent they have makes the decision to go toe to toe with the most clutch player in world football, Ramos, and gets injured in the process.
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Let's ignore the thousands of fans in the stands cheering and applauding Karius and talk about how the players didn't help him because they were just as devastated as he was.
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^lol
JUDAS isKARIUS
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What lol, funny nonetheless :P
doesn't... make sense..
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^ read more
mignolet is scariest
@Honestabe

Here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judas_Iscariot
Well done Liverpool. You punched above your weight all season.
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Crazy how I expected their defence to be their weakness in the final but they played excellent.

All the good work undone by poor goalkeeping
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Real is so CLUTCH. They may look average all season, but they deliver when its life or death. Like Ramos, he's like the catalyst in big games, that's what you call a captain. Wish we have a captain similar to him, that kind of influence on the team.

I praised Liverpool as a Cup team, there were just too much difference in quality that going all out alone isnt enough
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Too much quality in midfield. And star players turned up when needed
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The way they were just pinging mid-range passes to each other in the face of 3 or 4 pressing Liverpool players was just sublime, and envy-inspiring, to watch.

Modric a player I always wish we could have signed. Just looked like 3 Scholesies in the middle.
We yearn for a Modric type deeplying playmaker. We must go for Verratti, its my dream
Rivalries aside, what a disgrace Ramos is for what he intentionally did to Salah. Ruined his CL final and may have even ruined his WC dreams or a shot at the Ballon Dor

This being said, LOL at Lolpool. Karius really made my day. Even now I cannot stop laughing. You'll never win anything. But don't worry, next year is your year
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Ramos is the type of player every team needs. He's an incredible captain and player.

It's sad to see Salah go off, but there was no intention to hurt Salah there.
+4
Very rare to see keeper f**k up twice in final. Its really a lol.
If we ever want to challenge for league title or CL we need De Gea or 85% De Gea level keeper
+2
Its crazy Klopp never got a proper keeper. I mean Karius has been doing this for 2 seasons now. Ridiculous
Could have seen this coming from a mile away.

Even a Joe Hart in goal would have done better
Not to mention there are a host of other keepers like Butland, Pickford, Fraser Forster who are much better and available for a considerable cheap fee
So sad. Hope he can go on to WC
+1
If to choose from your list its Pickford then Butland. But Butland seem more realistic target for us
The weirdest thing about the Karius choice is that Mignolet was doing well but still got replaced.
Yall need go go hard for oblak or allison, end of story. Adding another mediocre goalie wont get you lot anywhere.
Imagine if Liverpool had De Gea...
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^ You too imagine if we had Ronaldo, Messi and Neymar :P
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Imagine there's no country
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I don't understand the furor against Ramos. What did he do wrong? It was a 50-50 battle and he actually got the ball. Absolutely no intention to hurt him.

I mean - Ramos is a dirty player and we all love Salah but this sentiment is biased clearly
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It comes down to experience at this level. Its the first big game for Salah. Ramos has been here all his career, he knows how to use the situation for his own advantage.
Ramos can probably put a dagger into an opponent and the fans would think the opponent tried to kill him self. lol
Football is a physical game and at the highest level you have to be cautious and choose your battles carefully
Respect for players like Ronsldo and Messi goes up because ever since they were 19 year old kiss, they have been up against it.opposition defenders have been trying to break their legs at every possible opportunity.
Just ask Messi how many times Ramos sliced through him and left him in a heap.
At the end of the day you cant blame Ramos for being a warrior in a physical sport .After all football isn’t a game of chocolates and kisses
+5
Bale just said VERY clearly he is looking at offers and will talk to his agent in the summer.
Obviously I'm thrilled Liverpool lost (and that I was wrong about it too!); it would have been insufferable listening to them all summer.

They played a good game though, and just watching it made me think about what we need to do to win this tournament. Individual quality won the game for Madrid. Do we have that? In many places yes. But the passing, the positioning, the movement... we have a lot of work to do there.
An armbar and a few dives won it. Besides our keeper losing himself in the game.
Now now... no dive had anything to do with the goals.
Karius lost his head... though nothing he could have even done about Bale's second goal


Edit: I mean bale's first goal, RM's second

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nah three goals won it
+2
Ramos did nothing wrong in that tackle with Salah. He won the ball. It's a contact sport, man up.
+2
Am i the only one who appreciates Ramos?

Absolute world class
+6
Ramos or someone like Ramos is a player that we need in our squad to turn a bunch of pussies into men.
He's a Roy Keane caliber type and something this team has lacked for nigh on two decades
+3
Right I see, so when he breaks one of your players or blatantly seeks fouls or disrupts the play. Let's see how much you guys enjoy him then.

Karius lost the game for us and he won the game for them.
+2
Hang on a second...i never said i condone what he did to Salah, although if he fouled him cleanly then what's the big deal?

I appreciate Ramos for being the difference for Real for so long and in many ways, more instrumental to their wins than Ronaldo himself.
geez don't over react,his arm is not bloody broken...so many players have had their legs broken,don't be a softy.
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Ramos is a motherfucker never liked him purely because of his antics , he dives , overreacts , simulates and has no respect for fellow footballers at times,saying that his a dirty hardworking player that gets stuck in and scores important goals,every team needs one of those , we could certanly most do with one.
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"Ramos did nothing wrong"? are you serious man? its obvious he locked his hand and put all his weight on his shoulder the UFC style and after the injury Ramos was giving "winks" to his teammates that job is done.
+1
He dislocated or broke his hand or arm whatever. Remember, Beckenbauer completed his game with a broken collarbone and a dislocated shoulder, played through pain with arm in a sling. He did not damage his leg, he could still run, he just gave in. Players were so much more tougher in the past.
Noone can deny, football has gone soft now...


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