The Egyptian hurt his left shoulder as he went down in a challenge with Sergio Ramos in the 25th minute. The 25-year old Salah was substituted by Adam Lallana, who has played only 16 minutes since March because of injury.
The match had implications for the upcoming World Cup in Russian Federation, with Liverpool's Egyptian star forward Mohamed Salah leaving the game in tears with a shoulder injury just seven minutes before Real lost Spanish right-back Dani Carvajal to injury.
If that was a let-off for Liverpool, they were their own worst enemies at the start of the second half.
The goal came in the 63rd minute on a cross from Marcelo.
Then he just produced a shocker on a Bale rocket shot in the final minutes.
The goal was still being debated when Mane equalised from close range four minutes later, after Lovren's header from a James Milner corner.
Hamas admits most killed in Gaza violence were its members
On Tuesday, the Israeli Army released a video that appeared to show protesters detonating several explosions near the border. During the war surrounding Israel's creation in 1948, more than 700,000 Palestinians fled or were expelled from their homes.
BLOPS 4: Campaign out, battle royale in, Zombies expanded
The single player campaign seems to have been cut to devote resources to the greater number of multiplayer modes available. With the success of games like OverWatch , I am sure Activision has been planning a non-campaign COD for some time now.
Ariana Grande marks anniversary of Manchester bomb attack
Ahead of the singing, the Bishop of Manchester, the Right Reverend David Walker, led those assembled in a minute's silence. Those working on building sites across Manchester city centre found a unique way to observe today's one minute silence.
World prepares for United States sanctions on Iran
He said: "Any nation that helps Iran in its quest for nuclear weapons could also be strongly sanctioned by the United States". But in an interview aired on the ABC programme This Week, Bolton said, "That's not the policy of the administration".
Donald Trump Players Who Don't Stand Don't Belong In America!
This is related to the protests that occurred during the last season when some of the players knelt during the national anthem. After the NFL rule change, Trump took no credit for the league's rebuke of the player protests , saying, "this was not me".