Real Madrid beat Liverpool historically before the Champions League final
The attention of football fans will turn to the Stade de France in the French capital, Paris, on Saturday, May 28, which brings together a high-caliber summit between Liverpool and Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Real Madrid set a date with Liverpool on May 28 at the Stade de France in the French capital, Paris, to be the second final between them after the famous meeting that brought them together in the 2018 season.
Real Madrid met Liverpool in 8 previous matches, all in the Champions League, and the next match is considered the ninth, as the Reds won three times, while Real won 4 times, and the last confrontation between them was negative.
The first meeting between Liverpool and Real Madrid, in the Champions League final at the Parc des Princes in the French capital, Paris on May 27, 1981, where Liverpool achieved the title at the time, and the last defeat of Real Madrid in the final matches of the European Champions League, which is also the only time that an English team excels On a Spanish club on the finals date.
While the second confrontation came in the final of the 2018 edition, where Real Madrid won the meeting and crowned the title, and that was the last confrontation between the two teams.
The two teams also met 6 times in the group stage, Real Madrid won 3 times, the Reds excelled twice, and the tie was decided by a confrontation between them. They faced each other in the 2008-2009 season. Liverpool managed to beat Real Madrid (5-0) in the total result of the two matches back and forth in the round of 16 .
Liverpool beat Real Madrid in the first leg with a goal without a response in Spain, and repeated the victory in the second round 4-0.
While the Royal won twice in the 2014 edition in the group stage, where he beat his “Santiago Bernabeu” (1-0), as well as repeated the victory at Anfield, the stronghold of Liverpool, with a three clean score, thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo, and Karim Benzema scored two goals.
In the last season 2021, Real Madrid won at home 3-1 in the first leg, and the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah scored the goal of the Reds at the time on April 6, 2021, while the captive tie settled the return match between them on April 14, 21.