Real Madrid vs Borussia Dortmund

Today, June 1, is the closing day of the European club season, because on this day the Champions League final will take place. Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund will compete at the legendary Wembley.

Real Madrid

This season has been excellent for Real Madrid; they reached the Champions League final and won La Liga with ease. The group was won without incident, but the playoffs presented challenges from every opponent. The route to the championship game was not simple. Despite playing 1-1 at home and looking awful against Leipzig, Madrid won 1-0 on the road. The team performed even worse when playing Manchester City, winning 3:3 at home and 1:1 away before winning in a penalty shootout.

In the semifinals, they defeated Bayern 2:2 on the road, lost 0:1 at home, and won 2:1 thanks to goals from substitute Joselu in the 88th and 90+1 minutes.

Borussia Dortmund

The Bumblebees’ elimination from the Champions League was a big deal, but they deserved it. Borussia won the “group of death,” which included PSG, Milan, and Newcastle, despite their unfortunate draw.
They defeated PSV 1:1 away and 2:0 away in the playoffs before battling Atletico 1:2 away and 4:2 on their turf. met PSG once more in the semifinals, this time defeating the Parisians by the same score of 1:0. Although the team’s fifth-place finish in the Bundesliga makes them eligible to play in the most prestigious European Cup the following season, reaching the Champions League final is still surprising.

Interesting Match Details and Head-To-Head Records

• The clubs have a long history of facing off in person, with Real holding a slim advantage. The most recent meeting between the two teams occurred in 2017.

• Borussia had two finals and one of them won a Champions League trophy.

• Madrid has won the Champions League record 14 times, more than any other club.

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