Sergio Ramos wishes Mo Salah ‘get well soon’ after being blamed for tackle

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos, left, tackles Liverpool's Mohamed Salah during the Champions League Final. (Reuters)

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos wished Mohamed Salah a speedy recovery after the Liverpool star suffered a shoulder injury in the UEFA Champions League final, which Ramos was blamed for after an aggressive tackle.

Salah, who scored 44 goals in all competitions for Juergen Klopp’s side this season, took a tumble following the challenge from Ramos and required treatment on the pitch although he came back on moments later.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah reacts after sustaining an injury. (Reuters)

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah reacts after sustaining an injury. (Reuters)

A teary-eyed Salah was then forced off the pitch in the 31st minute of the match after crumbling to the ground for a second time.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah looks dejected as he is substituted off due to injury. (Reuters)

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah looks dejected as he is substituted off due to injury. (Reuters)

The 25-year-old has ligament damage in his shoulder, according to the Egyptian Football Association, amid initial fears the forward could be in doubt for the FIFA World Cup.

Ramos, who was slammed for the injury, went on Twitter after the game, writing he hoped Salah could make a quick return.

"Sometimes football shows you its good side and other times the bad," Ramos wrote.

"Above all, we are fellow pros.

"Prompt recovery, Salah. The future awaits you."

Twitter crashed moments after Salah was off the pitch, many of them Egyptians, taking their frustration online.

Sergio Ramos was also slammed for laughing as Mohamed Salah left pitch with injury. (Reuters)

Sergio Ramos was also slammed for laughing as Mohamed Salah left pitch with injury. (Reuters)

 Cristiano Ronaldo comfort Mohamed Salah as he leaves the pitch in tears  Credit: Reuters

Cristiano Ronaldo comfort Mohamed Salah as he leaves the pitch in tears Credit: Reuters

 

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