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Dortmund vs Real Madrid – Champions League Final

For fans of English Football, the Champions League Final is one of the top events of the sporting year. It will be played on June 1st at Wembley Stadium in London, England and it will be Dortmund vs Real Madrid. What a thrilling tournament we’ve had so far, with many surprises. We break it down from the quarter-finals on.

Quarter-Finals Summary

Atletico Madrid vs. Borussia Dortmund

Dortmund was caught off guard early as Atletico scored two quick goals in the first leg in Madrid. Dortmund made changes in the second half, including bringing on Sebastian Haller, who was able to score late in the game to make the final 2-1.

Dortmund took the early two-goal lead in the second leg, only to let Atletico catch them with their own two goals. This time, Dortmund was able to net two more goals before the end of the game to win 5-4 by aggregate.

Paris Saint-Germain vs. Barcelona

The first leg was a thrill to watch as the teams took turns leading. Raphinha scored his first and second Champions League goals of his career to help Barcelona win 3-2.

Barcelona started the second leg playing well, dominating the play. They even scored the first goal. Unfortunately, they couldn’t keep up the pressure. Mbappé scored twice for PSG, and Ousmane Dembele scored against his former team to beat Barcelona 4-1 for an aggregate of 6-4.

Arsenal vs. Bayern Munchen

In the first leg, the teams played pretty evenly, always within one goal, until Leandro Trossard scored an excellent goal for Arsenal to end the game in a draw, 2-2.

In Munich, Arsenal had chances to lead the game but couldn’t capitalize. Gabriel Martinelli missed a chance in the first half. Bayern’s Joshua Kimmich would score the game’s only goal, giving them the win in aggregate 3-2.

Real Madrid vs. Manchester City

This was a heartbreaker for Manchester City. They outplayed Real Madrid but could not beat them. The first leg ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw in Madrid.

City played even better in Manchester, totaling 33 shots and possessing the ball 67% of the time. Real only had eight shots. That match also ended in a draw, 1-1, with Real winning in penalties.

Semi-Finals Summary

Down to the last four teams, the semi-finals comprised two German teams, a French and a Spanish club.

Real Madrid vs. Bayern Munchen

Real’s Vinicius Jr stood out in this game, getting the first and last goal to end the game 2-2.

The second leg was just as exciting for Real. At the 68-minute mark, Bayern’s Alphonso Davies scored the game’s first goal. With 10 minutes left in the match and the possibility of losing, Carlo Ancelotti substituted Fede Valverde with Joselu, who scored twice in three minutes to win the game 2-1 and move to the Final.

Borussia Dortmund vs. Paris Saint-Germain

PSG had their chances in both legs, with Mbappé looking to extend his goal total, but neither he nor anyone else on the team could score in either leg. Dortmund had the only goal in the first leg to win 1-0.

PSG had chances to find the back of the net in the second leg, but Dortmund stayed composed and held firm. Mats Hummel got the only goal in the second half to give the visiting Dortmund the game, 1-0, and win on aggregate 2-0.

The Final

Borussia Dortmund (+425) vs. Real Madrid (-170)

Real Madrid has won more Champions League titles than any other club. They weren’t expected to make it to the Final this season, but Real is the clear favorite now that they’re here. This team is so loaded with talent that you can never count them out.

Dortmund reached the Final for the third time; their last time was in 2013, and their first time was in 1997, when they won. They started the season with their odds to win the title at 4000. Real Madrid was at 750. Can Dortmund continue their Cinderella run to the title, or will Real continue their dominance with their 15th title?

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