Manchester United's Eric Bailly offers his support to Loris Karius

Manchester United's Eric Bailly offers his support to Loris Karius

Karius was seen lying face down on the pitch after the final whistle.

The German goalkeeper was at fault for Real's opener, rolling the ball out with Karim Benzema standing too close to him and allowing the France global to divert it into the net, and he then let Gareth Bale's long-range drive slip through his grasp as Madrid won 3-1.

But Scotland global Robertson insists the responsibilty will be shared by the whole team.

Meanwhile, an online petition, started in Britain, calling for Real Madrid player Sergio Ramos to be punished for "intentionally" injuring Liverpool star Mo Salah had received more than 150,000 signature by Sunday night.

There really is no hiding place for goalkeepers as when they make a mistake it usually results in losing a goal. He is young and he will learn from it.

"We kept the ball, created chances and pressed high in the first 30 minutes, but in 10 years from now no one will speak of how we lost".

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"Also, the continual ribbing he will get week in week out wherever he goes, that's going to be huge pressure for him. We all gave him a hug and tried to lift him". I'm infinitely sorry to my teammates, for you fans, and for all the staff. "I know that I messed it up with the two mistakes and let you all down".

I remember, back in 2007, when I was at Dunfermline, we played away to Inverness Caley Thistle on the penultimate game of the season in a crunch relegation match.

Zidane started Bale in only one of Real's seven Champions League knock-out games and the pair were barely even on speaking terms during a particularly tense period in April.

The tattoo sparked a furious wars of words between Liverpool and Manchester United fans on social media.

'It's tough to be in that situation, but when you have a team like Liverpool with so much history and integrity and the strength of their fans in Merseyside, they have the power to bounce back'.

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