Thibaut Courtois with the winning trophy Source: TASR / AP / Manu Fernandez PARIS – World media responses to the final of the Champions League 2021/2022, in which Real Madrid footballers won at the Stade de France in Paris over FC Liverpool 1: 0: BBC: “Agony Liverpool in the LM final. The English team’s bid to win the seventh trophy ended in bitter disappointment after the goal of Vicinius Junior, who decided on Real’s triumph. ” Sky Sports: “Liverpool humbled in a chaotic final that started with more than half an hour’s delay due to fans entering the stadium.” The Reds “suffered a heartbreaking defeat. . ” Photo gallery (10) Source: TASR / AP / Manu Fernandez Daily Mail: “The LM finals overshadowed chaotic scenes from the Stade de France as thousands of ticketless fans tried to get to the stadium. Liverpool did not take many chances and Real reaffirmed that a better team does not always have to win. ” ” ESPN: “Real again escaped the gravedigger. He looks like he has a patent on how to win the lost match. The Madrid people rule Europe again. They have twice as many trophies as the second most successful club in the history of the AC Milan competition.” L´Equipe: “Immortal. King Courtois. Real Madrid first managed to eliminate the Paris SG in the LM eight-finals on the way to the trophy and then became the executioner of three English rivals. Kicker: “The revenge for Kiev 2018 did not take place. Real was able to beat Liverpool again in the LM final thanks to the great goalkeeper Courtois, whose fans can kiss their hands. The Belgian goalkeeper was the man of the match.” Marca: “Unbeatable champions. Real won the 14th trophy for winning the most prestigious European club competition.” iDnes: “They weren’t a better or more active team, but unlike their opponent, they managed to score a goal. Real Madrid footballers set their own record in the competition for 14 triumphs.” Photo gallery for article Number of photos: 10 Author: © Zoznam Source: TASR
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