"This [support] is very important for me," said Ronaldo. "I'm proud to play in the greatest club in the world."
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While Henderson said the result will sting for some time, he is hopeful that the club's six-year wait for a trophy will soon be over.
Mignolet lost his place as Liverpool's No. 1 to Karius at the turn of the year, but stood by his teammate and offered his support.
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Salah departed after injuring his shoulder in a duel with Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, but he is confident of representing his country in Russia.
In a series of posts on Twitter the 24-year-old also apologised to his teammates and supporters for his mistakes in the 3-1 defeat.
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