its amazing numbers and that feat of Boca that has greater validity every year

its amazing numbers and that feat of Boca that has greater validity every year

He Real Madrid will be at Wembley on June 1. Those led by Carlo Ancelotti eliminated Bayern Munich in the semifinals and will face another German team in the grand final of the Champions League. Borussia Dortmund will have the difficult task of facing the team that has played in the most finals in this tournament to date. In total, the whites have competed 17 times to lift the title and managed to win 14. Therefore, this will be the 18th European Cup final played by the You meringues. Behind the Madridistas are Milan and Bayern, both with 11 finals under their belts.

Without losing a Champions League final since 1981

The white team participated in 17 Champions League finals, of which they have emerged victorious on 14 occasions. Real Madrid has only lost three finals. The first was in the 1961/62 season against Benfica at the Olympish Stadion (Amsterdam), where they lost 5-3. The second defeat occurred in 1963/64 against Inter 3-1 in Vienna. And the last one, against Liverpool, in Paris, in the 1980/1981 season.

All the Champions League finals played by Real Madrid

Carlo Ancelotti is going for his fifth Champions League: he has two with Milan and two with Real Madrid. (AFP)1955/56 Real Madrid vs Stade de Reims 4-3 Parc des Princes (Paris)1956/57 Real Madrid vs Fiorentina 2-0 Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid)1957/58 Real Madrid vs AC Milan 3-2 (Extra Time ) Stade du Heysel (Brussels)1958/59 Real Madrid vs Stade de Reims 2-0 Neckarstadion (Stuttgart)1959/60 Real Madrid vs Eintracht Frankfurt 7-3 Hampden Park (Glasgow)1961/62 Benfica vs Real Madrid 5-3 Olympic Stadium (Amsterdam)1963/64 Inter Milan vs Real Madrid 3-1 Praterstadion (Vienna)1965/66 Real Madrid vs Partizan 2-1 Stade du Heysel (Brussels)1980/81 Liverpool vs Real Madrid 1-0 Parc des Princes (Paris)1997/98 Real Madrid vs Juventus 1-0 Amsterdam Arena (Amsterdam)1999/00 Real Madrid vs Valencia 3-0 Stade de France (Paris)2001/02 Real Madrid vs Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 Hampden Park (Glasgow)2013/14 Real Madrid vs Atlético de Madrid 4-1 (Prorogation) Estádio da Luz (Lisbon)2015/16 Real Madrid vs Atlético de Madrid 1(5) -1 (3) (Penalties) San Siro (Milán)2016/17 Real Madrid vs Juventus 4-1 Millenium Stadium (Cardiff)2017/18 Real Madrid vs Liverpool 3-1 Olimpico Kiev (Kiev)2021/2022 Real Madrid vs Liverpool 1-0 Stade de France (Paris)

Boca, the last team to beat Real Madrid in regular time in an international final

Martín Palermo scored both goals in Tokyo. (AP)

Next November 28 will mark a new anniversary of one of the feats most remembered by Boca fans. That day but in 2000, on a cold evening in Tokyo, the Xeneize led by Carlos Bianchi gave the blow and defeated Real Madrid 2-1 to keep the defunct Intercontinental Cup.

The two early goals of Martin Palermo and the magic of Juan roman riquelme To sustain the result it was enough for the La Ribera team to overcome a team of stars of the caliber of Roberto Carlos (author of the injury goal), Luis Figo, Fernando Hierro, Raúl, Guti and Fernando Morientes. His coach, Vicente del Bosque, would later become world champion with the Spanish team.

As the years go by, the feat becomes more relevant, since it was the last team to defeat Merengue in an international final in regular time. Since then, the Spanish team has played 18 matches of this style and won (almost) all of them. They barely lost the 2018 European Super Cup against Cholo Simeone’s Atlético de Madrid by 4-2, although in the 90s they finished 2-2 and in extra time Colchonero managed to lose the level.

That is, since the defeat against Boca in 2000, Real have won 17 international titles in 18 finals played, including a 2-0 victory against San Lorenzo in the 2014 Club World Cup.

2024-05-08 22:38:26
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