The 25-year-old sustained the problem when he was dragged awkwardly to the turf following a challenge with Sergio Ramos, leading some to claim the Madrid defender had deliberately tried to injure Liverpool's star forward.
The Real Madrid captain has been slammed on social media for his unprofessional tactics in Kiev after he injured Salah and potentially put his chances of going to the World Cup with Russian Federation in jeopardy.
It was a game, said Klopp, where you end up thinking, "Wow, how did all that happen tonight?" I'd just like to turn back the time, but that's not possible. It's Gareth's choice. "He's made the difference in a Champions League final - whether that has any bearing, I don't know".
"I didn't want to say (I'm leaving), but I'm not sorry either", he explained.
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Missed shots and turnovers allowed the Cavs to climb to within four at halftime, and the Celtics' offense never really recovered. He finished with 35 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists as he secured his sixth straight win in a Game 7.
Klopp must decide if his young goalkeeper can be successfully rehabilitated and win back the trust of his team-mates; otherwise he will have no choice but to compromise and reassess the expensive alternatives to Alisson (right). "You have to get your head up again".
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp's over-exuberant celebration when Karim Benzema's first-half goal was denied by the linesman, who correctly judged the Frenchman to be offside is a must-watch. The final game of his glorious Liverpool season was over.
Sanz also went on to praise Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane for guiding the Los Blancos to their third successive Champions League final.
"If Bale is the type of lad - and I think he is - who just wants to be content with life, because he's won everything anyway and earns a good living - he's got enough dough to last a lifetime". It all added to the many talking points of an evening of joy and despair in Kiev few are likely to forget.