In Saint-Denis, Real Madrid is celebrating a wonderful end to what is maybe their best Champions League campaign in their lengthy history. Thank you for coming to today’s finals, and good luck! Carlo Ancelotti, the coach of Real Madrid, becomes the most successful manager in Champions League history. After a fourth victory in the competition, surpassing Zinedine Zidane and Bob Paisley in the standings Furthermore, Spanish clubs have won the last 17 European finals against non-Spanish opponents, with Real Madrid continuing their eight-game winning streak in the Champions League finals.
Real Madrid is European champions for the fourteenth time after a fantastic run to tonight’s final, which culminated in a stunning counterattack triumph over Liverpool. The Spanish champions now had a brace owing to a brilliant show of defensive strength and clinical prowess, with Vinicius netting the game-winning goal in the closing minutes.
He made several outstanding stops to keep his team in the game, but his beaten opponents will rue numerous squandered opportunities, notably in the first half. While graciously conceding the ball from a free-kick accomplished by Fabinho, he made the final crucial contribution of the game. Isn’t that all? Madrid is on the verge of winning the Champions League for the second time!