How and Where to Stream Real Madrid Versus Liverpool

How and Where to Stream Real Madrid Versus Liverpool

Liverpool and Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian striker whose goals took his side to the Champions League final, hope their brand of attacking football can prevent Real Madrid from becoming kings of Europe for the third year in a row on Saturday.

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher got caught up in the Champions League final fever in Kiev as he belted out the Mohamed Salah song with a bar full of Reds fans.

Salah's tally of 44 goals has elevated him to a new level, but Ramos, the Real Madrid captain, said that it was wrong to compare him to two players who have performed at the highest level for more than a decade.

"We have had now two weeks to prepare that game and everything is clear". He knows the day-to-day routine of the Egyptian star and knows that Salah could play an important role in tomorrow's Champions League final against Real Madrid.

"Any player who arrives at this club, they want to play in these games, they want to be under this kind of pressure, they want to get trophies", he said.

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"Religion is private how I understand it", Klopp said. Knowing Liverpool as a club, the people I had spoken to about Liverpool also, I knew Liverpool belongs to the Champions League.

The defending champions have lifted the trophy in three of the last four seasons but rode their luck to reach the final.

Much has been made of Klopp's record in finals and the fact is that he's had one win from six finals as a manager but most of those were against stronger and more established teams.

"If we win the competition then the road to Kiev plus the final would be one of the most exceptional rides ever", Klopp told Liverpool's website.

"I think he is better than both Messi and Ronaldo combined, and if his team were to play Chelsea, I would still support him".

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Meanwhile, Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane tempered expectations. "Salah is in fine shape - physically and mentally; he's hopeful, as all the players are, that Liverpool can win the final".

"I don't think we need that moment [of victory] to restore it".

My memories of the 1988 FA Cup final against Wimbledon are painful reminder of how things can go horribly wrong when you least expect it, with the sands of time only slightly dulling my pain after that frightful defeat.

"If you want to compete with them, you have to win nearly all of your games". "When you get to the game it's just 11 against 11". "I've had an unbelievable season in the Champions League", said Ronaldo, who has scored a record 120 goals in the competition overall.

Liverpool's physiotherapist Ruben Pons told Spanish radio station Onda Cero that Egypt forward Salah had been observing Ramadan during the team's recent training camp in Marbella but had chosen to interrupt his fasting three days before the final.

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