Real Madrid are in the Champions League final for the 6th time in 10 years. Dominance!

The semi-finals were turned upside down.

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Real Madrid beat Bayern Munich in the semi-finals of the Champions League! He turned the match upside down, which he lost until the 88th minute!

Up until that moment, it seemed like a calm match, but the ending saved everything. Now it’s a game from the series of greats.

How good Real Madrid are! 10 Years of Greatness

Real Madrid is back in the Champions League final, their favourite competition. The last decade has been almost completely dominant.
● In the last ten years, from 2014 to 2024, Real Madrid have six finals. In terms of seasons, more than half of Real Madrid’s appearances are in decisive matches.
● More importantly, we’ve never lost a final! That is, the very appearance for modern Real Madrid is almost a guarantee of a trophy. Whether it will be the sixth time out of six, we will find out on June 1.
● Real Madrid have reached their 18th UEFA Champions League final and will be in contention for their 15th trophy. Right on the field, many players appeared after the game in T-shirts “let’s go for the 15th”.
● Real Madrid have not lost a Champions League final since 1981. Since then, they have won eight times in a row, by different generations: 1998, 2000, 2002, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2022.
Real Madrid’s failures in the Champions League are achievements that would seem quite impressive to many: three semi-finals and two eliminations in the round of 16. In 2015, they missed Juventus to the final, in 2021 – Chelsea, two years later – Man City.

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In the playoffs, during this time, Real Madrid passed Liverpool four times, Bayern, Man City and Atletico got three times each, Juventus, PSG and Chelsea twice. Schalke, Roma, Wolfsburg, Napoli, Atalanta and Leipzig.

When and where is the final?

June 1 in London at Wembley. We were a few minutes away from a purely German final, but no, there will be no repeat 11 years later.
Real Madrid vs Borussia Dortmund in three weeks.
Who’s the favorite?

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