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History Repeats Itself: Real Madrid are crowned champions


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After defeating Borussia Dortmond by a score of two goals to zero (0-2) and winning the trophy for a record 15 times, the Spanish behemoths are once again the Kings of Europe. The second half saw the scoring of both goals.

Real Madrid is a machine built to prevail in champions league finals.

The Spaniards have won this competition for a record fifteenth time, despite not playing very well for the most of the match. Madrid seemed to have a plan to win, even if Dortmund had the better of the first half.


There were lots of emotion visible in the stands and on the field.

Match report: After goals from Vinicius Jr. and Dani Carvajal late in the game, Real Madrid won their 15th European championship; Niclas Fullkrug of Borussia Dortmund had hit the crossbar in the first half, but Carlo Ancelotti leads his team to another Champions League victory as retiring star Toni Kroos signs off in style.

The German team threatened a major upset in the first half by hitting the post and creating two more great chances, but Real has a special bond with this competition, and they came to life after the break with a better performance.

With 16 minutes remaining, Toni Kroos, playing in his last match for the team, set up the first goal with a corner that allowed Carvajal to score. Shortly after, Jude Bellingham of England rolled in Vinicius Jr. to punish a stretched Dortmund defense.

Manager Terzic of Dortmund congratulates Madrid.

"I’m having trouble finding the right words,"

"We played a great game in terms of performance, but we discovered why they are the 15-time champions."We came to win, and in my opinion, it was really close—a few minor details stood out. However, congrats to them. This is a time to be proud. We brought 100,000 fans to london. They believed we could win, but since we were unable to make it, it's also a little meaningless.

This presents the task. We must hold onto our beliefs. There is always a winner and a loser in the world of sports, so you should never doubt yourself and just maintain your faith.

Carlo Ancelotti, the manager of Real Madrid, thanks his team.

Carlo Ancelotti has been reflecting on his fifth managerial Champions League victory.

It appears to be a dream. Without a doubt, I'm quite thrilled. As usual, it was a pretty challenging game. We performed better in the second half than they did in the first. We won the cup and the league, and we had a fantastic season. It is this club's history. The dressing room has a really nice atmosphere.


I must express my gratitude to the team and the players; in the locker room, they are modest and without ego. This season, managing them wasn't too hard.


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