Real Madrid won the Champions League for the 14th time in club history, defeating Liverpool with a clean goal in the final match of the competition, held at the “Stade de France” in Paris, France.
He scored the game-winning goal for Brazilian King Vinicius Junior in the 59th minute, his fourth goal of the season.
Thus, “Al-Merengue” has improved his record and won the continental competition’s championship for the 14th time in its history, despite the fact that his most recent triumph came in the 2017-2018 season.
The balance of Liverpool championships, on the other hand, halted at six, and the Reds’ most recent triumph came in the 2018-2019 season.
This is Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti’s fourth Champions League triumph, while this is Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp’s third in the final match of the competition.
Liverpool qualified for this round by winning the second group with 18 points, then overcoming Inter Milan 2-1 in the first leg of the round of 16, then beating Benfica in the quarter-finals 6-4 in total over two legs, then defeating Villarreal in Spain. The semi-finals were won 5-2 on aggregate.
Real, on the other hand, qualified for this round by leading Group D with 15 points, then overcoming Paris Saint-Germain 3-2 in the Round of 16 in the first and second leg matches, then beating Chelsea 5-4 in the quarter-finals, before losing to Manchester City 6-5 on aggregate in the semi-finals.
According to the match organizers in Paris, the match has been postponed for about 30 minutes due to security concerns.
The organizers mentioned “delayed arrival of the masses” but provided no specifics about security issues.
There were numerous vacant seats in the stands for Liverpool supporters, according to a television video. According to media and social media accounts, there were tumultuous scenes outside the stadium, and some people attempted to enter without tickets.