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Real Madrid  VS Liverpool
Real Madrid VS Liverpool

Real Madrid is chase record 13th title – and they’re third in a row – while Liverpool can move above Bayern Munich and Barcelona into third (behind AC Milan) in the list of most European Cup/Champions League wins if they are victorious in Kiev.

But there has been more to his outstanding European form than just creating goals. The former England midfielder, already a strong performer domestically, has raised his game in the Champions League in almost every arithmetical type. Liverpool has their own flaws, of course. As Ukrainian authorities issued their warning, Cisco Systems announced that its cybersecurity unit Talos had exposed a malware attack moving some 500,000 routers.

Russian-backed operatives targeted voting systems in a number of states in the 2016 election, cleverness officials have said. Earlier this year, the Trump organization faulted Russia for cyber attacks on US energy transportation.

A certain declaration comes with winning back-to-back Champions League titles, not to talk about three in four years, and when those current triumphs come at a club that was already the most successful in the history of the competition, there is no room left for insecurities. There has never been at Real Madrid.

Team: Real Madrid VS Liverpool

Date: May 26th, 2018

Time: 2:45pm ET

Venue: Second Largest Stadium, Eastern Europe

Last season Result: Real Madrid-1, Liverpool- 0

Referee: Milorad Mazic

Real Madrid  VS Liverpool
Real Madrid VS Liverpool

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Real Madrid  VS Liverpool
Real Madrid VS Liverpool

Squads & Team News

Real Madrid C.F Team Player List:


Position Players
Goalkeeper Keylor Navas, Kiko Casilla, Luca Zidane
Defender Dani Carvajal, Jesús Vallejo, Sergio Ramos (captain), Raphaël Varane, Nacho, Marcelo (vice-captain), Theo Hernández, Achraf Hakimi.

Fábio Coentrão (Out on loan at Sporting CP until 30 June 2018).

Midfielder Toni Kroos, Luka Modrić, Casemiro, Marcos Llorente, , Isco, Mateo Kovačić, Dani Ceballos,

Martin Ødegaard (Out on loan at Heerenveen until 30 June 2018), Mink Peeters (Out on loan at Almere City until 30 June 2018), Lucas Silva (Out on loan at Cruzeiro until 30 June 2018), Aleix Febas (Out on loan at Zaragoza until 30 June 2018), Federico Valverde (Out on loan at Deportivo La Coruña until 30 June 2018), Abner (Out on loan  at Coritiba until 31 December 2018), Philipp Lienhart (Out on loan  at Freiburg until 30 June 2018),  Javi Muñoz (Out on loan at Lorca until 30 June 2018), James Rodríguez (Out on loan at Bayern Munich until 30 June 2019)

Forwards Cristiano Ronaldo (3rd captain), Karim Benzema (4th captain), Gareth Bale, Lucas Vázquez, Borja Mayoral,
Raúl de Tomás (Out on loan at Rayo Vallecano until 30 June 2018), Sergio Díaz (Out on loan at Lugo until 30 June 2018).

Liverpool F.C. Team Player List:

Position Players
Goalkeeper Loris Karius, Simon Mignolet, Ádám Bogdán, Danny Ward
Defender Nathaniel Clyne, Virgil van Dijk, Dejan Lovren, Joe Gomez, Ragnar Klavan, Alberto Moreno, Andrew Robertson, Joël Matip, Trent Alexander-Arnold

Jon Flanagan (Out on loan at Bolton Wanderers for the 2017–18 season), Connor Randall (Out on loan at Heart of Midlothian for the 2017–18 season)

Midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, James Milner (vice-captain), Jordan Henderson (captain), Adam Lallana, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Emre Can.

Marko Grujić (at Cardiff City for the 2017–18 season), Ryan Kent (at Bristol City for the 2017–18 season), Lazar Marković (at Anderlecht for the 2017–18 season), Ovie Ejaria (at Sunderland for the 2017–18 season), Sheyi Ojo (at Fulham for the 2017–18 season), Harry Wilson (at Hull City for the 2017–18 season), Pedro Chirivella (at Willem II for the 2017–18 season), Allan (at Apollon Limassol for the 2017–18 season),

Forwards Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mané, Danny Ings, Dominic Solanke, Ben Woodburn

Daniel Sturridge (Out on loan at West Brom for the 2017–18 season), Divock Origi (Out on loan at Wolfsburg for the 2017–18 season), Taiwo Awoniyi (Out on loan at Mouscron for the 2017–18 season).

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