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It's undoubtedly that tonight is going to be a blue night for the Liverpool goalie Karius after his calamity caused his team and the entire fan of the "never walk alone" family loss at the UCL finals.


Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has apologised for his errors in the Champions League final.

The Reds stopper made two crucial mistakes which gifted Real Madrid goals in the 3-1 defeat.


Speaking to talkSPORT after the match, a distraught Karius said: "I don't feel anything right now. Today I lost my team the game and I feel sorry for everyone.


"I'm sorry for everyone - from the team, from the whole club - that the mistakes cost dearly.


"If I could go back in time, I would. I feel sorry for my team. I know I let them down today.

"It's very hard right now but that's the life
of a goalkeeper. You have to get your head up again.

Loris Karius looks dejected following his sides defeat in the UEFA Champions League Final between Real Madrid and Liverpool at NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium on May 26, 2018 in Kiev, Ukraine.

"These goals cost us the title, basically."

Asked what the mood was like in the Liverpool dressing room after the defeat, he said: "There's not much I had to say.

"Of course everyone tried to cheer me up - but there was just silence everywhere because everyone was really disappointed.

"It will take us a bit to get over that."

Speaking about Gareth Bale's second goal which went through his hands, Karius said: "It moved around a lot.


"I tried to catch it, maybe I should have done it safer and just put it out of play instead of trying to catch it.


"I judged it wrong and it went in."

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale celebrates after the final whistle during
the UEFA Champions League Final at the NSK Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kiev.

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale celebrates after the final whistle during
the UEFA Champions League Final at the NSK Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kiev.

A tearful Karius went over to the Liverpool fans in Kiev straight after the match to offer his apologies.

In comments on BT Sport after the game, Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard said: "No-one makes a mistake on purpose.


"Fair play to [Karius] for going to the fans. I admire him for owning up and apologising.

"These Liverpool fans will back you when times are tough, and they'll also back you when you're on top of the world as well.

"But there's no getting away from it. [Karius] is in for a tough few months. He's in for a tough summer."



UEFA Champions League defending champions Real Madrid has done it again for the third time after defeating their European counterpart Liverpool 3goals to one at the Ukrainian Capital city Kyiv.


The tragedy falls on Liverpool at the 29th minutes when Mo Salah, The Liverpool Messi fell off with Sergio Ramos which got him an injury that sents him off the pitch. Though the Liverpool's first minutes was a domineering one but changed all of a sudden after Salah left the team.
Mohammed Salah injured and may miss the World Cup 


 Karius mistake a blow to Liverpool's breakthrough, could it be tagged a misfortune?, definitely yes. Kareem Benzema seized the break in transmission to pave way for the Real team which opened more doors.
Sad Karius looks in distraught 


 Sadio Mane was indeed outstanding tonight, with his enormous attempt on goal and his fantastic goal erased zero for Liverpool, the Senegalese was a wheat amongst the shaft... He really played well, also served as a threat to Ramos at some point.

 The advent of Gareth Bale brought the Spanish side to the light after he scored two goals that sealed the victory of Madrid and confirmed the 13th European title for the Real team.


Gareth lifting his 2nd Champions League title with Madrid 

 Bales left a message for the people which is "without a Ronaldo, there is a Bale" his two goals were fantastic and an eyesore for the history made tonight...


 Ronaldo also tried in his capacity but couldn't get a goal, at the point where he was supposed to scored he was altered by a silly fan who ran into him...

 In all congratulations to the 2018 Champions of The UEFA Champions League Real Madrid... There are also speculations Salah May miss the World Cup list for Egypt.
The buildup to tonight’s game goes on, and for any Reds looking to calm themselves with some words from the man himself, here’s words of Stevie G saying exactly what a win would mean for these players.

The post (Video not available here) “They have an opportunity to change their lives” – Gerrard rouses Liverpool’s players appeared first on The Empire of The Kopp.


As History is about to unveil itself, who makes the history is what's pumping in the mind of every ardent fan of both team.  But nothing can be said for now, not until the end of the Final. 

However, the Wale boss Gareth Bale is on the bench for the Champions League final. 
Gareth Bale has been dropped for Real Madrid’s Champions League final against Liverpool.
Award-winning mama Africa  Yemi Alade releases her brand new single titled “How I Feel”; produced by Egar Boi.


'How I feel' is Released under Effyzzie Music Group, the track serves as the first taste of new music after Alade’s successful third studio album “Black Magic”.


Enjoy!

Listen & Download Yemi Alade - How I feel

The Buhari administration led government has put the blame,  fault and lapses of this present day Nigeria that has caused external insult on Jonathan's administration. 

 This comment is a result the Ex president's comment while making speech where he was quoted as saying that he was ashamed that Nigeria has joined comity of countries used to illustrate bad governance.

GEJ who was at the opening ceremony of the first bridge built by Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state in Ado Ekiti on Friday, allegedly said that Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari has become a reference point for negative views.


 The former President was said to have cited recent instances when President, Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana allegedly mocked the poor state of security in Nigeria and the devalued naira currency. He was quoted to have said, “He (Nana Akufo-Addo) said Ghana is not like Nigeria where cattle roam the streets.


At another occasion in the United Kingdom, he made scathing remarks about Nigeria’s currency.

 “I feel ashamed as a former President that the President of a neighbouring country used Nigeria as negative examples. “If a neighbouring African President will use Nigeria to make negative examples,
then we as leaders must know certain things are wrong in the country.” 

But the Presidency has told former President Jonathan to give the Buhari-led administration a breathing space to clean the mess of his administration.

 Speaking to Sunday Vanguard while reacting to the allegation by Jonathan against Buhari’s government, the Senior Special Assistant to
the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu said that Nigeria was a paria nation under the previous administration but that the country has started gaining back respect in the government. She said,


“Who put us there. He is the one in the mirror, who put us there? The picture is of himself. Let him look at the mirror. So what else does he want to see.
 “President Buhari is trying to clean up the mess and he is doing a good job of it. please they should allow him take time to do this thing. 

“We are gaining back our respectability globally even the citizens when they travel out of the country, they are better respected than they were before.
It was a big shame but we are happy that Mr. Jonathan himself is realising this and hope that his political party will own up what they did to the country.
 “He made Nigeria a laughing stock, if other countries are laughing at Nigeria, who put us there? Are they not the one?”