Champions Final | Direct: Dortmund – Real Madrid is still here


Real Madrid aspires this Saturday (9:00 p.m.) to its fifteenth European Cup in the final of the Champions League that measures the Spanish team against the German Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium (London), with all the favoritism and history of its leaves after winning its last eight finals in the top continental competition.

The white team’s love affair with the European Cup is written on its own and Carlo Ancelotti’s team, who has already won the ‘Decima’ and the ‘Fourteenth’, want another golden page in the king of the competition. Without losing a match for the ‘Orejona’ since 1981 and with 14 titles from 17 finals, Madrid begins each ‘Champions’ with the advantage of stripes that inspire respect and almost fear.

After winning the League with authority, the team from the Spanish capital wants the double at the expense of a Borussia Dortmund that cannot be trusted despite having much less name. The German team, champion in 1997 and finalist in 2013, might seem like a Cinderella, but they were able to eliminate Atlético de Madrid and, without conceding a goal, Paris Saint-Germain on their way to the final.

Madrid followed its favorite recipe, the epic, for another category menu at the expense of Manchester City and Bayern Munich. At the table for the title are players like Kroos, Modric, Carvajal and Nacho who can equal the record of Gento’s six European Cups, led by Ancelotti who is looking for his fifth on the bench. A menu with many stars that Edin Terzic’s team will try to taste without choking in order to look for a surprise.

Welcome to the narration of the Champions final.