Spanish football club Real Madrid defeated Liverpool in the Champions League final to win their record 14th European title. The final match was held at the Stade de France in Paris and ended with a score of 1:0, with Brazil's winger Vinicius Junior scoring the only goal in the 59th minute.
Italy's Carlo Ancelotti, the head coach of Real Madrid, has become the most successful manager in the history of the tournament. He has a record four Champions League victories to his name. It was Real Madrid's 17th European Cup final and the third time they have defeated Liverpool, making it the most repeated final match in the history of the competition.
Ancelotti said in a statement that the club's history has inspired us in difficult moments and that is why we deserve to reach the final. The first coach to reach 5 European Cup finals is looking to Benzema to inspire his side. The Frenchman has proven to be a sensational season and is the top goalscorer in the Champions League this season with 15 goals. The win comes after Madrid won the club's 35th La Liga title.