Liverpool fans were cursing left, right and centre during the Champions League final after forward Mohamed Salah was substituted due to a suspected dislocated shoulder injury in the first half.
The Reds started brightly, with Los Blancos goalkeeper Keylor Navas somehow looking both dodgy and inspired, but a massive scare for Jurgen Klopp's side turned into a nightmare after star man Salah fell awkwardly during a tangle with Sergio Ramos.
Ramos totally pinned Salah. Lucky not to pop a shoulder.— Arlo White (@arlowhite) May 26, 2018
Ramos rugby tackles Salah and gets a free kick in his favour. Peak Real Madrid. #UCLFinal— Tom Bellingham (@TommyWTF1) May 26, 2018
While the Egyptian tried to continue, he collapsed to the floor again minutes later, holding his shoulder and looking visibly distraught and was substituted for Adam Lallana.
Some fans were sympathetic for the former Roma man...
Chin up, Salah! Ramos looks like he knew what he was doing. His face when Salah was subbed says it all pic.twitter.com/3PUTKCnbzT— Fadi Hassan (@DrFadiHassan) May 26, 2018
Others blamed Ramos, who has become renowned for being a battle-hardened veteran and a man desperate to win, and fans suspected foul play on behalf of the Spain international...
Honestly, that was a disgrace from Sergio Ramos. He's ended @MoSalah's night, and possibly his World Cup with a cynical, horrible foul. Believe me, Ramos knew what he was doing there, dragging the arm down like that and holding. Red card all day. #UCLfinal— David Maddock (@MaddockMirror) May 26, 2018
Sergio Ramos leaving the scene like pic.twitter.com/X5EKROwjiN— Godfred Akoto Boafo (@eastsportsman) May 26, 2018
Thank You Sergio Ramos For Taking Salah Out Really Appreciate it. pic.twitter.com/NPv5M38L0Y— iore (@phumlani_ngidi) May 26, 2018
Visions of Sergio Ramos watching a stream of MOTD each week, thinking “I’d have stopped him… I’d have stopped him… I’d have stopped him… I’d have stopped him…”— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) May 26, 2018
A selection of esteemed 90min editors also chimed in, making some incredibly astute observations on the injury.
No Mo, no no no Mo, no no no Mo, no no there’s no Salah— Chris Deeley (@ThatChris1209) May 26, 2018
The Assassination of Mohamed Salah by the Coward Sergio Ramos— Chris Deeley (@ThatChris1209) May 26, 2018
Can’t believe Harry Kane hired Sergio Ramos to take out Mo Salah.— Jack Gallagher (@calciolovesjack) May 26, 2018
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Dani Carvajal also had to leave the field moments later after picking up a problem, but whether Liverpool fans feel that is a fair trade for their star man getting substituted is something else entirely.