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UCL Final: Two Reasons Why Real Madrid Could Win Tonight.

By Jay

 

All is set for the final showdown of the UEFA Champions League scheduled to take place at the Stade de France later in the evening.

 

The final which will be between two European heavyweights is one that is much anticipated by football lovers across the globe.

 

Liverpool have been in tremendous form in both the domestic and the international fronts, having lost just a single match this year and have already won two domestic trophies – FA Cup and Carabao Cup.

The Premier League side will head into the game as the clear favourites to win the match given their form all season.

Real Madrid on the other hand, are seen by many pundits and fans as the underdogs going into the game, despite their impressive record in the Champions League.

The La Liga side have not lost a single match in their last seven Champions League finals, which is an impressive record, and Liverpool would not be doing themselves a favour if they underestimate this Real Madrid side.

Now despite many people stating that Liverpool would win the final, I am of the opinion that Real would likely carry the day for these two reasons.

Firstly, the Real Madrid players are big game players with a winning mentality, that is they can pull a trick out of their hearts when it seems they have got none.

 

 

This is evident in their route to the final, most especially in the last three stages where they faced Paris Saint Germain, Chelsea and Manchester City respectively.

Despite being down they were able to do a comeback and win those matches and I think we could see that today.

The second reason is what I call the “Ancelotti effect”, which is his tactical genius in the game.

 

 

The Italian is one of the most experienced active coaches right now and this could play a major role in the game tonight.

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Many pundits argued that Real Madrid’s qualification to the final was pure fluke but I disagree as there is a clear pattern applied by the Italian that saw them turn the tides around.

Ancelotti has used Rodrygo as a super sub in the last two stages of the competition – against Chelsea and City – in the second legs of both matches and it paid off.

Although, he may likely switch this tactics but we are sure to see the Italian pull out another trick off his sleeves.

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