Merseyside Police look in to Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius death threats

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 28, 2018

I thought we started well in the second half but then the mistake happened.

Karius then again gifted Real a goal when Bale shot from 25 yards with seven minutes remaining.

In the aftermath of the defeat, Mignolet also said he felt sorry for the thousands of Liverpool fans who had made the arduous and expensive trip to Kiev, having previously followed them around Europe all season.

"In the hard moments, when people doubted us, this team showed it has pride and ambition, that it does not get exhausted of winning", he added. Despite the odds, I'm confident that I'll be in Russian Federation to make you all proud.

The goalkeeper added: "Thank you to our unbelievable fans who came to Kiev and held my back, even after the game".

"I hope he goes to the World Cup because a nation is relying on him. I think that will not only be the right ideal for Liverpool, it has always been their history and will always be their future". "These goals cost us the title, basically".

Officers said any threatening behaviour on social media would be investigated.

Meanwhile, the Telegraph reported that the Merseyside Police would investigate the rash of death wishes and threats sent to Karius via social media, with a spokeswoman saying, "the force takes social media posts of this nature extremely seriously and any offenses identified will be investigated".

Lovren also had comforting words for Karius after his two blunders.

I can not wait to see where Klopp will take us when he begins charting the next phase of his roadmap for success.

The 24-year-old German threw the ball into Real forward Karim Benzema and it bounced back into the net for the opening goal.

I tried my best to rescue my colleagues from their shallowness of thought by pointing out that it is not by chance that Sergio Ramos has been instrumental in his respective teams winning every major title in world football. "We went around him. Thank you and we will come back stronger".

"It takes away from a handsome, historic moment for us that is winning three Champions Leagues in a row, obviously it is a special moment".

"Fortunately, this is turning into a routine for us", said Real captain Sergio Ramos of his team, who became the first side since Bayern Munich in 1976 to win the competition three years in a row.

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