SERGIO RAMOS ended Mohamed Salah’s Champions League final early last night – and was caught LAUGHING after the Liverpool star was forced off.
Salah injured his shoulder in a collision with the Real Madrid captain in the first-half of last night’s 3-1 defeat in Kiev.
The Reds star appeared to dislocate his shoulder when tumbling to the ground under pressure from Ramos, who had his arm locked around the Egyptian.
Salah left the pitch from treatment and then gamely tried to carry on.
But he couldn’t keep it up and was eventually subbed off for Adam Lallana after 30 minutes.
And has he was helped off the pitch and taken down the tunnel at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Ramos was seen laughing and smiling with the linesman on the touchline.
Jurgen Klopp wasn’t impressed with the challenge on Salah.
The Liverpool manager said: “It was a big moment in the game.
“I know if you say something like that after you’ve lost, you sound like a bad loser.
“But for me, that was kind of a harsh challenge because the arm is there and it was like wrestling a little bit.
“It was very bad for Mo, very bad for us, very bad for Egypt.
“That’s part of the sport I don’t like, but things like this can happen.
“I don’t know what would have happened had Mo played on, we will never know that.
“Everybody saw in the first half-hour we were the opponent they probably will have expected.
“We played good football but we lost 3-1 so I don’t think in 10 years people will talk about that.
“The other decisive moments were the goals. They were quite strange.”