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Manchester City may have enjoyed a record-breaking season in the Premier League, but it’s Liverpool who have the last laugh as they take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Jürgen Klopp has worked wonders in Europe, with Liverpool scoring more than any other side – including that mad 5-2 first leg win over Roma in the semi-final. But they will still start as underdogs against Madrid, with Cristiano Ronaldo & co attempting to become the first team to win three Champions League titles in a row.
You don’t need to have a BT Sport subscription to watch, either. The match will be shown free for anyone online via the BT Sport website and streamed live on YouTube.
Five-time winners Liverpool hope to prevent Real Madrid from lifting their third consecutive UEFA Champions League title as the two lock horns in a mouth-watering final in Kiev.
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