Dani Carvajal leaves Champions League final in tears after injury

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Dani Carvajal was left in tears after his Champions League final was brought to an abrupt end by injury. 

The Spaniard looked in instant agony during the second half of the game against Atletico Madrid at the San Siro.

He trudged off the field, and couldn't help from breaking down in tears at the thought of walking off during the biggest match of his football career to date. You can check out the video of the moment below.

The injury could mean that Carvajal misses out on Euro 2016 - although it's far too early to tell - and that could mean Arsenal's Hector Bellerin is called up in his place.

Real are currently 1-0 up as they go in search of their 11th European crown thanks to a controversial Sergio Ramos goal.

The defender turned home Toni Kroos' cross after a flick from Gareth Bale, but replays suggest that the Spaniard was offside when he struck home.

Real Madrid will now want to go on and win the final for their fallen comrade gainst their fierce rivals in Milan.

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