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UCL: Check out Liverpool’s Last 5 Meetings With Real Madrid In The Champions League and How It Ended

 

With domestic action over, Liverpool and Real Madrid prepare for battle in the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League final at the Stade de France, Paris.

The Los Blancos have fought back after going behind to see off Paris Saints Germain, Chelsea, and Manchester City in the knock-out stage of this competition, While Liverpool eliminated inter Milan, Benfica, and Villarreal to book themselves in the final at Paris.

The match is set to kick off at 20:00 pm West African Standard Time and will mark the 8th meeting between these two sides in the competition’s history.

In light of the above, below is how the Reds Performed In their Last Five meetings with the Los Blancos in the Champions League.

1- Liverpool 0:0 Real Madrid (14 April 2021)

The Reds held Real Madrid to a goalless draw at Anfield but crashed out of the competition following a 3-1 aggregate defeat.

2- Real Madrid 3:1 Liverpool (06 April 2021)

Vinicius Junior scored a brace as Real Madrid defeated Liverpool 3-1 in the first leg of the Champions League quarter finals tie at Madrid.

3- Liverpool 1:3 Real Madrid (26 May 2018)

Substitute Gareth Bale scored one of European football’s stunning goals to help Real Madrid overcome Liverpool 3-1 and win their 13th UEFA Champions League crown after Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius performed a heartbreaking blunder.

4- Real Madrid 1-0 Liverpool (04 November 2014)

A resilience Liverpool’s side fought hard but fell short against Real Madrid as Karim Benzema’s 27th-minutes proved to be the difference at the Bernabeu.

5- Liverpool 0-3 Real Madrid (22 October 2014)

First-half goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Benzema saw Real Madrid earn a comfortable 3-0 Triumph over Liverpool at Anfield.

Liverpool is winless in their last five Champions League encounters with Real Madrid, and have only scored twice in that period while conceding a total of 10 times.

Real Madrid has had to come back all through the knock-out stage on their route to the final, and Liverpool will be very much aware of their fighting spirit.

Nevertheless, Liverpool has won this competition on six occasions, and they know a thing or two about European comeback, but Carlo Ancelotti have the upper hand in the contest as they have won the Competition 13 different times.

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