good morning football fan
Real Madrid will take on Liverpool in a stunning Champions League final after beating Man City 3-1 (6-5 on aggregate) in a spectacular comeback last night.
The big final will be a repeat of 2018, when Real beat Liverpool 3-1 and will take place in Paris on 28 May.
Real were just minutes away from being knocked out of the Champions League before Rodrigo scored twice in injury time.
Karim Benzema (who else?) stepped in to clear away the penalty peacefully in extra time.
Man City manager Pep Guardiola said: “We were close. We were close. But in the end we couldn’t get to that.
“We didn’t play our best, but it’s normal, a semi-final, players feel the pressure and want to do it. Football is unpredictable, it’s this kind of game. We have to accept it.”
“Now we need to process it and come back with our people at home and the last four matches we have.”