Liverpool - Real Madrid 0: 0 (Half 1)
The Champions League final kicked off 36 minutes late following a mess at the entrances to the Stade de France.
Tiago in the red squad Despite the doubt about his fitness, the Blancos will lift the European title for the 15th time?
Saturday, May 28, 2022, 10:36 p.m.
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The big moment of the European season has come, when Real Madrid and Liverpool meet tonight (Saturday) for the Champions League final after a big mess that caused the opening whistle to be postponed by 36 minutes.
The Blancos are the pinnacle of factory wins (14), while the Mighty Reds are looking for the 8th subdivision in their history.
The two teams met in the same class four years ago, so Real won 1: 3 on the way to winning the title.
Jürgen Klopp's side eventually managed to win the factory the following season with a win over Tottenham in the final, and now they want to repay the rival for the same loss from 2018.
David Alaba, who has not played in the last month due to injury, returned directly to Carlo Ancelotti's squad for the most important game of the year.
Also Federico Valverda in the Blancos squad, and he will play on offense alongside Karim Benzema and alongside Vinicius.
The main concern on Liverpool's side was regarding Thiago Alcantara who was injured in the game against Wolves, but he recovered and is in the 11th.
Luis Diaz got the spot on offense alongside Muhammad Salah who was injured in the 2018 final and Sadio Mane who is likely to leave in the summer.
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the progress of the game
With a delay of 36 minutes, the Champions League final kicked off at the Stade de France
Liverpool are putting pressure on the opening.
Jordan Henderson vs. Thibaut Courtois (Photo: Reuters)
Calmon Turpan (France)
Stade de France, Paris
Real Madrid coach: Carlo Ancelotti
The game set
4: 3: 3
Liverpool Coach: Jürgen Klopp
The game set
4: 3: 3
squad: Thibaut Courtois, Danny Carvajal, Adar Militau, David Alaba, Perlan Mandy, Tony Cross, Casimiro, Luca Modric ,
Federico Valverda, Karim Benzema,
Jill Van Dyke, Andy Robertson, Thiago Alcantara, Fabigno, Jordan Henderson, Muhammad Salah, Sadio Mane, Luis Diaz.