Champions League of football between in 2022

With revenge on their minds for the 2017-18 final loss and the ambitions to become only the second English club to claim a treble, Liverpool face Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final in Paris’ Stade de France. After missing the Premier League title by a slender 1-point margin, Liverpool would be eager to forget the pain of the Premier League finale heartbreak with the euphoria of their seventh triumph in Europe’s premier football competition. By winning the League and FA Cup, the Jurgen Klopp-led outfit has already completed a domestic double, the Champions League trophy would prove to be the difference between a great season to an outstanding one.

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Real Madrid, on the other hand, coasted to a record-extending 35th La Liga title almost a month ago and are aiming to broaden the gulf between themselves and the rest of the European clubs by clinching their 14th Champions League title. Since taking charge in Spain last June, Carlo Ancelotti has revived the fortunes of the La Liga giants, who despite not being at their best, won the league title comfortably, clinched the Super Cup, and overpowered the likes of PSG, Chelsea, and Manchester City on their way to the UCL final.

Both European heavyweights have faced each other in the final twice before, and each team has registered a victory in those matches. Their first meeting came in the final in 1981 when the Reds won their third European crown with a 1-0 win. Coincidentally, the summit clash of the 1980-81 European campaign also took place in Paris, but it was held at the Parc des Princes.

With both teams in rich goal-scoring form, the rematch of the 2017-18 final, is expected to provide the fireworks. While Liverpool have scored 30 goals so far this season, Real Madrid have netted on 28 occasions. The Reds top the tally of total attempts (199) while Real are fourth in the list with 176. Though, the Spanish side’s 68 attempts on target are just 4 below Liverpool.

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French striker Karim Benzema tops the scoring charts with 15 goals while Mohamed Salah is fourth on the list with 8. The Reds talisman, joint winner of the Premier League Golden Boot winner with 23 goals, has netted 31 times in all competitions this season. Salah’s scars from the heartbreaking defeat four years ago in Kyiv still run deep and the Egyptian is eyeing revenge against the Spanish giants.

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While Liverpool eliminated Inter Milan, Benfica and Villarreal in the knockout rounds, Real had to dig deep in all three of their knockout fixtures. Riding on their self-belief and defiance, the Los Blancos edged past European heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, and Manchester City after staging remarkable comebacks in all three fixtures. But nobody knows better than Carlo Ancelotti that getting out of the jail against a team as ruthless and clinical as Liverpool would be a case of pushing luck too far, even for the best-ever side in Europe.

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Liverpool kept their quadruple dream alive for a long time but on the cusp of its realisation, Man City’s remarkable win on the final day of the Premier League ended it. The league triumph would have given Liverpool the ideal momentum ahead of the final but former England goalkeeper David James believes the Reds will go into the summit clash with huge confidence.

“I don’t think Liverpool will see this (missing out on league title) as a loss as it was always City’s title to lose. I think they will see this as a, you know, chance. None of the discourse that came out of Liverpool was based on them thinking they will win the quadruple. They have to celebrate the fact that they had another incredible season and finished second in the league with 90+points behind a fantastic team like Manchester City, who have been dominating the Premier League with four titles in five years. You can’t ask more than that. They’ll go into this final confident. They’ll be realistic. They know what the opposition (Real Madrid) has done in the knockout stages. So, they won’t be taking them lightly. But this could be a treble. Sir Alex Ferguson won the treble in 1999 and ironically beat Liverpool 2-1 in the FA Cup with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scoring the winner in the last minute. And Liverpool have the opportunity to achieve something equally spectacular,”

French striker Benzema has rolled back the years with some remarkable performances this season. The former Lyon striker has been in red-hot form and has helped Real win the Spanish league and the Spanish Super Cup. He was the leading scorer in the Spanish league with 27 goals and has netted 15 times in 11 appearances in the Champions League. Benzema has played a key role in Real’s run to the final, scoring 10 goals in the knockout rounds alone, including hat tricks against Paris Saint-Germain in the round of 16 and Chelsea in the quarterfinals. The Frenchman also scored the extra-time winner that eliminated Manchester City in the second leg of the semifinals. Former Premier League player and ISL coach Ashley Westwood feels Liverpool will have their task cut out against Benzema.

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“I think he’s massively experienced, very clever. Makes early movements, and anticipates really well, a little bit like Ronaldo. Van Dijk needs to be careful. The experience he has shown alongside his goal-scoring form week in, week out this season makes him a dangerous customer. It will be a massive battle between the two players. So, Liverpool’s defensive unit needs to be really careful because they know that Benzema is gonna be on the move, he’s gonna be anticipating. If he gets half a sniff of the goal, he’s likely to score as we have already seen him do all season. So, it’s gonna be an interesting battle,” said Westwood.

Reds have been boosted by the news of midfielders Thiago Alcantara and Fabinho’s inclusion in Liverpool’s travelling squad to Paris. Thiago, who has been a vital cog in Liverpool’s successful season, limped off shortly before half-time against Wolves on Sunday after appearing to pull a muscle while kicking the ball. Though the news of Thiago’s recovery comes as big relief for the Reds, it is still not clear whether he will be able to play the full 90 minutes. Former Barcelona midfielder Jofre Mateu weighed in on Thiago’s importance in the Liverpool side.

It’s going to be huge (Thiago’s injury blow). Liverpool have a very strong squad with several players who could perform really well but Thiago is a really important player for the Reds because of the tempo. Liverpool always play with high intensity and Thiago is at the centre of things when they lose the ball. I can’t see any other Liverpool player make ball recoveries with such speed. Of course, they have good players but it’s not the same when you have a player who is always running and has the ability to slow down the tempo of the game at the same time by keeping the ball and making the opposition run. Real Madrid sometimes need this when they are not the protagonists. When they don’t have the ball, they suffer a lot. Without Thiago, it’s not the same for Liverpool. But I’m sure Klopp must be planning something if Thiago is not available.” said Mateu.

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Real Madrid wins: 4

Draws: 1

Liverpool wins: 3

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In the last 10 matches, Real Madrid have scored an average of 2.5 goals per match in the Champions League, whereas the Reds have a median of 2, ‘0.5’ less than Los Blancos despite the presence of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah in their squad. Karim Benzema has played a massive role in allowing Real Madrid to touch these numbers.

Liverpool take higher shots average per match, but Real Madrid’s shot conversion rate is better; due to which they have had higher success in front of the goal. Liverpool average 20 shots but have a conversion rate of a mere 9 percent, which is eight percent less than Real Madrid’s average of 16 percent. They convert 16 percent of the 15.6 shots per match that they average: ‘4.4’ fewer than the Reds.

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At the back, the Merseyside club is way ahead of their rivals. Real have been conceding at an average of 1.3 goals per match. They are guarded by Eder Militao and David Alaba at the back. Liverpool’s 0.6 goals conceded per match is 54 percent better than the backline of Los Blancos. The presence of Virgil van Dijk makes a lot of difference for Jurgen Klopp’s men. Ibrahima Konate and Joel Matip have been forming good partnerships with the Dutch international, whenever they are given a chance beside him.

FAQ’S of this Champions League –

What did Real Madrid lost a Champions League?

Real Madrid should rarely lose out a title of Champions League final. In fact, they also lost a European final in 1981, to Liverpool.

Who has won 7 Champions League again and again?

Italian giants AC Milan are the next best performing club They Won 7 Champions League again and again.

Was Champions League free to watch UK?

Yes, Champions League were free to watch UK Football fans in the UK it will be able to watch Again and Again watch the Champions League Final for free on BT Sport's YouTube Channel, Website and on their APP.

Was BT Sport now Available on TV?

Yes, Now you can Watch it on BT Sport on TV.

Which are the official channels where you can watch this campion league?

BT Sport , Dish TV, Tata Sky, Airtel DTH Sony Ten 2 HD and Sony Six Are the chennels where you can watch this Champion League again and again.

Were Champions League are free to Air TV?

All three finals will be available for free at you can watch this on these websites and channels., via the BT Sport app.

Were BT Sport is free to watch with Amazon Prime?

Yes, BT Sport is free to watch with Amazon Prime

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