Real Madrid vs. Liverpool - Football Match Report

Kristopher Nichols
May 27, 2018

Loris Karius gave a tearful apology to Liverpool supporters after his two mistakes cost Jurgen Klopp's side in their 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

"There are so many things you have to bring to the pitch to win a game at that level..."

Meanwhile, Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane tempered expectations. Both have found the back of the net 11 times during the tournament.

"If they win the final it will be an unprecedented event in their history".

The national station will be screening the final of the Champions League tonight between Real Madrid and Liverpool.

Few are betting on such a low-scoring encounter this year.

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Liverpool players were inconsolable at full time, needless to say, but once the pain of defeat subsides they can look back with vast pride at their achievements in the competition this term.

He recovered his domestic form, too, finishing the Liga campaign with 26 goals, only trailing Lionel Messi who finished top scorer with 34.

They are looking to get the better of a Real Madrid behemoth, which has seen off European giants Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, and Bayern Munich.

The spotlight will be on the Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo, playing for Real Madrid and Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian forward.

But in his opponents on Saturday he finds a 25-year-old with the potential to replace him on the peak of European football.

Klopp was in a relaxed mood on the eve of the game in Kiev, as the Premier League side seeks to upset the 12-time European champions, who will start the game as favourites.

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