The domestic similarity to Liverpool’s Champions League-winning campaign is that they are chasing a rampant Manchester City, and it appears that having such a target always brings out the best in Jürgen Klopp’s club. It’s difficult to imagine anyone being able to cope with them when they’re on top form and everything works in perfect unison.
Liverpool has faced tough competition, which makes their near-perfect record all the more impressive: 12 games and only one loss in the round of the 16-second leg against Inter. In fact, until a nerve-wracking first-half display in the second leg of their semi-final against Villarreal, it was only the Nerazzurri who constantly tormented Klopp’s team. The Reds’ response, on the other hand, was a statement in and of itself.
How does Liverpool play?
Klopp rarely deviates from his tried-and-true 4-3-3 style, which has suited Liverpool admirably since the German took over in 2015. Their high-intensity pressing has been honed in recent seasons – thanks to clever recruits like Diogo Jota and Luis Daz – but it remains just as effective. They are arguably Europe’s best side when they are at their peak.
Who is Liverpool’s key player?
Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian footballer. Since joining Liverpool from Roma in 2017, Egypt forward has become the face of the club. He was a standout at Basel before joining Chelsea in 2014. He has established himself as a big talent on Merseyside, with his quickness, cleverness, and finishing helping him score 33 Champions League goals for the club.
Who is Liverpool’s coach?
Jürgen Klopp is a German football coach. Klopp has been Liverpool’s manager since 2015, leading the Reds to European triumph in 2018/19 and their first English crown in 30 years the following season. He went from being a striker to a defender at Mainz and then to Dortmund, where he won two Bundesliga titles before moving to Anfield.
Did you know About Liverpool?
Liverpool has won the European Cup six times, which is more than any other English club. Bayern has won the same number of titles as Milan and Real Madrid, with only Milan and Real Madrid, having won more.
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Nothing is beyond them if they can turn around that historic tie against Manchester City, having already astonished Paris and survived an onslaught from holders Chelsea. Who would dare to rule out the 13-time winner doing what he does best, with Vinicus Jnior giving sparkling assistance, as well as the venerable Toni Kroos and Luka Modri pulling the strings?
How is it possible to lose to Sheriff at home and then go to the final with huge performances against Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, and Manchester City? The route map clarifies everything. Madrid won nothing last season and was eager for trophies at home and in Europe this season, according to their own admission. Madrid’s GPS was reset in the group stage after a 5-0 away win over Shakhtar Donetsk. The defeat in Paris had the same effect, leading to a new high-pressing strategy that paid well at Stamford Bridge. Then, as newly crowned Spanish champions, they outperformed all of those efforts in that difficult-to-appreciate stalemate against City.
How do Real Madrid play?
Madrid has a strong spine that starts with Thibaut Courtois and runs through center-back Éder Milito to the seasoned midfield trio of Casemiro, Modri, and Kroos, all of whom have technical talent, vision, and experience. Then there’s the in-form Benzema upfront, a master of the center-forward position. They also have the vitality of younger players like Vinicius Junior and Federico Valverde, as well as the intangible know-how that gets them out of tight situations.
Who is Real Madrid’s key player?
Karim Benzema, When Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid in 2018, many people worried about where the club’s goals would come from, but France forward has more than stepped up to the plate to become the club’s talisman. He scored Madrid’s 1,000th European Cup goal against Shakhtar earlier this season, then turned around their last-16 encounter with Paris with a second-half hat-trick before scoring the game-winning goal in extra time against the Blues. His Panenka versus City was almost unbelievable, and he was unflappable in the return to bring his team to the showpiece.
Who is Real Madrid’s coach?
Carlo Ancelotti, Last summer, the manager who led Madrid to ‘La Décima’ in 2014 returned for a second spell in charge. He is one of only three coaches in history to win the European Cup/Champions League three times, and he will be the first manager to manage in five finals.
Did you know About Real Madrid?
This season, Madrid has reached the European Cup final 17 times, six more than any other team. They’ve won the last seven finals in this sport, and their total of 13 championships is unrivaled.
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