Liverpool aim to end Real reign in Champions League final

Liverpool aim to end Real reign in Champions League final

Liverpool aim to end Real reign in Champions League final

Werner, though, promised fans that manager Jurgen Klopp will be backed in the transfer market, as Liverpool seek to close the gap on Premier League champions City and runners-up Manchester United.

"Experience is important. I'm pretty sure that in the seconds before the game Real will be more confident than we are, but that's not important because the game doesn't end in that moment, it only starts", said Klopp, who lost the 2013 final with Borussia Dortmund.

I didn't see any way that a bang average Wimbledon team could trouble us going into that game at Wembley 30 years ago, but they were clever with their tactics that stopped us from playing and got the little bit of luck they needed to grind out a 1-0 win.

"We will make decisions that will improve the team and we will sign players who make us even more successful". In 2014, when Ronaldo reached the first of his four Champions League finals with Madrid, Salah was just completing his first five months drifting in and out of the Chelsea team.

In 1998, Karembeu was part of the Madrid team that triumphed in the Champions League for the first time since 1966 - against Zidane's Juventus, no less. "He's shown that this year and he's got a great chance to show that over the next few years as Ronaldo and Messi have done - but the day after tomorrow".

"We'll have our final training session today and it is the last game of the season".

Benzema is the ideal partner for Ronaldo, who plays much better when the Frenchman is by his side.


Don't fear the prospect of a Champions League final and instead look at it as a night when your career can be defined, the one game that can turn you into a hero forever more. "Not only are we a really good football team, it's in the club's DNA to go for the big things".

According to a report in Egyptian media, business tycoon Naguib Sawris has announced on Twitter that he will be fasting on Saturday in support for Liverpool player Salah.

For once in a Champions League final, Cristiano Ronaldo will yield some of the spotlight to another player sweeping up adulation and personal acclaim.

Madrid captain Ramos embodies this Real side as he tends to save his best for the big occasion. "I've had an wonderful season in the Champions League", said Ronaldo, who has scored a record 120 goals in the competition overall.

"But very often in these games when it starts the nerves get the better of you and you start off not wanting to make mistakes. If you like to compete and want to work hard you can achieve what we are doing".

"I am excited to see Naby Keita join the club this summer and I can only promise our supporters that we will continue to improve the squad", Werner said.

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