Liverpool, in their first Champions League final for 11 years, suffered a huge blow when they lost Mohamed Salah inside the opening 30 minutes to what Klopp called a "serious injury," before goalkeeper Loris Karius committed two errors that directly led to opposition goals.
Ramos, who locked arms with Salah before falling on top of the forward's shoulder, became an instant hate figure for millions of Egyptians on social media, as well as the thousands who watched the game live at cafes.
Sergio Ramos turned villain for Egyptians when the Spanish International wrestled Mohamed Salah to the floor in the 25th minute.
The Egypt global was hurt around the half hour mark after becoming embroiled in a tangle with Real captain Sergio Ramos, with Reds legend Steven Gerrard revealing afterwards that his former side were unable to recover from the psychological effect of losing their talisman.
Salah scored five goals in Egypt's qualifying campaign, including a crucial victor in the fifth minute of added time against Congo from the penalty spot.
Salah's participation in the World Cup is now unfortunately in danger. Maybe he is in the hospital at the moment getting x-ray. Egyptians watching their country's first player to appear in a Champions League final joined them.
He is far and away the biggest star in Egypt and key to the country's hopes in Russian Federation, and the injury may mean he is denied the chance to take part in the nation's first World Cup since 1990.
The initial assessment of the injury was bad, with most assuming he would miss out on the World Cup entirely. "It is either the collarbone or the shoulder itself", Klopp said after Liverpool's 3-1 defeat by Real Madrid in the final in Kiev.
"He will participate in the World Cup and everything will be fine, God willing", said Mahmoud Saad, a Salah and Real Madrid fan, as he watched the match at a cafe in downtown Cairo.
But tears aren't flowing just in North-West England over Real Madrid's 3-1 victory.
Aziz added that Salah would hopefully be in the final list of Egypt's team at the World Cup, to be officially announced on June 4.
According to the NHS website, a dislocated shoulder should take anything from "between 12 and 16 weeks to heal after the shoulder has been put back into place".
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