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Are You Ready!

Hi Guys! I am a super excited for tonight super encounter, i guess the whole football world ofcourse. 

I had always hated the Spurs and my hatred was even stronger in the Leicester BPL winning season when poor chelsea fought hard to give retriev Leicester to win the title.

I think the match would be a very tight one infact a pergect combat to watch and if you are a fan on either sude like me , then you need a shot after a while. 

 

 

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Who Will Be The Best ?

Among the rewards for the Champi-
ons League winners on Saturday will be silverware, status and history but the greatest prize awaiting Liverpool or Tottenham might be an end to
the agonising wait.

Combined, it has been 18 years -seven for Liverpool, 11 for Tottenham – since either lifted a trophy, despite huge strides made in recent years under the much-praised
Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio
Pochettino.

Klopp and Pochettino have
been singled-out as two of
Europe’s best coaches after
crafting teams that reflect their
personalities – Liverpool
thrilling and fearless, Spurs brave and unrelenting.

Source : AFP

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Can They Win?

Fuelled by the pain of their failed Premier League title bid, Liverpool’s stars admit they are desperate to win the club’s sixth European Cup when
they face Tottenham in Saturday’s Champions League final.

Jurgen Klopp’s side will be
motivated by a burning sense
of injustice in the all-Premier
League clash at the Wanda
Metropolitano.

A win against Tottenham in
Madrid would give Liverpool
their first Champions League
crown since Rafael Benitez’s
underdogs stunned AC Milan
in 2005 with one of the all-time
great comebacks.

So can they win, well the time is near?

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Mane Full Focussed On CL

Sadio Mane admits he is flattered
by suggested interest from Real Madrid but insists he is hap-
py at Liverpool and fully focused on trying to help them win the Champions League. Reports from Spain in recent weeks have suggested that Real want to bring the Senegal forward and Manchester United’s French midfielder Paul Pogba to the Bernabeu. Mane will
be in action across the city on Saturday, at Atletico Madrid’s
Wanda Metropolitano home, which will host the Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham.

The 27-year-old has scored 17 goals in 24 matches for his club since the turn of the year, and is expected to lead his country’s attack in Egypt at the Africa Cup of Nations, which
starts in late June.

As he prepared for Saturday’s European final, Mane was
asked about interest from Real Madrid, and did not dismiss
it altogether.

He did, though, insist that Liverpool’s progress to the Champions League final – which has seen them knock out Napoli, Bayern Munich, Porto and Barcelona – is a sign of their standing in the European game.

“This is part of football, so we have to deal with it,” said Mane. “But for me, the more important thing is that I am with Liverpool and I am very happy here, and I am preparing for
one of the club’s biggest games.

“Let’s focus on this first, and on winning it.

“It’s always a pleasure for this kind of team to want you, but Liverpool, don’t forget, we beat big teams.” Mane scored for Liverpool in last season’s Champions League final, which ended in the disappointment of a 3-1 defeat by Real Madrid in Kiev. 

 

News Source : AFP

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