The heartbreaking reaction as injury cruelly ends Mo Salah's Champions League final

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Adam Lallana was brought on for the Egyptian and played in central midfield, with Jurgen Klopp shifting Sadio Mane over to the right, where Salah had been causing Real Madrid trouble.

Klopp said that he believes Salah, who has scored 44 goals in all competitions for the Reds this season, has the potential to become great.

The electric Mohamed Salah, who has 10 goals and 4 assists to his name in Liverpool's run to their first Champions League final for 11 years, tops the charts after racking up a top speed of 33.8 kph.

In an age when individual awards are given ever greater importance, Saturday's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool - and Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah - could determine the victor of the next Ballon d'Or.

"To compare players with Cristiano, Messi. they're in a different orbit, a different stratosphere", Ramos said.

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The Egyptian has contributed to 60 goals in 51 games for the Merseyside club so far this season, and will be hoping to take his form into the UCL final against Real on Saturday night.

"Cristiano knows that a player can have hard moments".

Ronaldo still favours his former club to win the Champions League and expects a high scoring final in Kiev.

30 minutes until KO: STAT: Real Madrid name the same XI that started the final against Juventus last year, while nine of the players selected by Zidane also started against Atletico Madrid two years ago. No wonder Salah is making the most of his newly-elevated status in the global game.

"That's not important", he told reporters on the comparisons with Ronaldo and Messi. I think he now feels, and rightly so, that it is a case of him versus Ronaldo. It's something huge to win the Champions League.

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