The keys to unlocking the Champions League final

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 26, 2018

"Experience is very important".

And as part of a select few to have represented both clubs during his playing career, BTSport.com wanted to find out who Owen predicts will come out on top. "People can say what they like, but we are not favourites, nor are Liverpool", added Zidane.

Salah exploited the gaps left by the Brazilian on numerous occasions when Roma were eliminated by Madrid from the Champions League two seasons ago, when Salah lacked the killer finishing touch he has demonstrated this season to take his chances.

"What a day of football, have to back the english team!"

After a slow start to the season, the World Player of the Year has been in stunning form since the turn of the year, scoring 30 goals in 23 appearances for club and country in 2018.

However, the world's most expensive defender says his laid-back style nearly cost his side during their quarter-final second leg against Manchester City, when his early mistake allowed Gabriel Jesus to open the scoring inside two minutes.

Check out the footage of Carragher singing with Liverpool fans, PLUS a bonus video below of the Reds legend making a muppet of himself on the dancefloor!

Here's how we'll be covering the big game...

Meanwhile, Ronaldo could win his fifth Champions League, a landmark reached by only four players before now.

"We are Liverpool", Klopp told reporters.

The game pits Liverpool's German manager Jurgen Klopp against Real's Frenchman Zinedine Zidane in their first fixture against one another.

Liverpool, who play in England's Premier League, boast two goal-scoring powerhouses in Egypt's Mohamed Salah and Brazil's Roberto Firmino.

Steve Anderson, 50, a veteran of many of Liverpool's previous European Cup successes, including against Madrid in Paris in 1981 when he was just a teenager, said he was still hopeful of getting into the match - but refused to pay hundreds of pounds on the black market.

"I don't believe in paying that kind of money", he said. "I feel more for the younger ones that can't get in".

However, the Madrid vice-captain, now in his 11th year at the Bernabeu, makes up for his defensive liabilities by bombing forward at every opportunity to wreak havoc at the other end.

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