Real Madrid down wasteful Dortmund to win Champions League

Real Madrid rode their luck and overcame an outstanding challenge from Borussia Dortmund to win the Champions League Final at Wembley. The German side hit the woodwork and spurned several chances to take the lead in the first half but a Dani Carvajal header 16 minutes from time turned the tide with Vinicius Jr adding a late second to secures a record extending 15th Champions League crown for Los Blancos.

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Thibaut Courtois to start for Real Madrid in Champions League Final

Thibaut Courtois will start in goal for Real Madrid in tomorrow’s UEFA Champions League Final against Borussia Dortmund. The 32 year old Belgian has missed much of the the current season after suffering an ACL injury but returned to fitness earlier this month. Andriy Lunin who has played in every Champions League game so far this term will be on the bench as he battles flu like symptoms and has been isolated from the rest of the squad.

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Manchester City win Champions League to complete historic treble

Manchester City’s long quest to win the Champions League finally ended in triumph against Inter Milan in Istanbul as Pep Guardiola’s side completed the Treble. After winning the Premier League and FA Cup, City emulated Manchester United’s triple trophy haul in 1999 as they became only the second English club to achieve the feat after Rodri’s crisp 68th-minute strike settled an attritional final.

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Vinicius Junior fires Real Madrid past Liverpool to Champions League glory

Real Madrid claimed the Champions League title for the 14th time in their illustrious history as a second half Vinícius Junior strike proved to be the difference against Liverpool in Paris. The Reds created numerous chances but Thibaut Courtois was outstanding as he ensured victory for the Spanish giants.

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Champions League Final moved from St Petersburg to Paris

UEFA has moved the Champions League final on May 28 to Paris from St Petersburg, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The UEFA executive committee held an emergency meeting on Friday and decided to move the showpiece to the Stade de France from the 68,000-capacity Gazprom Arena

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