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La dio la gran sorpresa de los cuartos de final de la Champions League al derrotar al Barcelona por 3-0 y levantar la eliminatoria 4-1 en la ida para clasificarse este martes a semifinales de la competición. Japan on July 2, 2018: Courtois; Alderweireld, Kompany and Vertonghen; Meunier, De Bruyne, Witsel and Carrasco Chadli ; Mertens Fellaini , Lukaku and Hazard.



Bienvenidos al sorteo Champions League, donde conoceremos los emparejamientos de lo que prometen ser unos apasionantes cuartos de final. We do not have Casemiro for this game. El Social Madrid lidera el palmarés con quartas de final champions league 2018 títulos de la Liga de Campeones. The remaining tickets are allocated to the local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters, and to serve the corporate hospitality programme. Karim Benzema, con 55 goles, es el quinto máximo goleador en la historia de la Champions. Defending champions reached a record 16th final after a 4—3 aggregate win against sideknocking them out of the competition for the second consecutive season. Belgium has raised eyebrows in this competition with its physically strong and agile players who manhandled Panama and Tunisia before eking out a 1-0 win over England. Está a un tanto de igualar a Ruud van Nistelrooy. Esta temporada ha convertido 4 tantos de penalti. Cristiano Ronaldo es e l máximo goleador de la competición con 15 tantos. El futbol español vuelve a demostrar un año más que está en la élite del continente.

Está a un tanto de igualar a Ruud van Nistelrooy. Los Reyes de Europa quieren hacer más grande la historia de este club. Cristiano Ronaldo es el jugador que más goles de penalti ha marcado en la historia de la Champions.


Análise das quartas de final da Champions League 2018 - Unbelievable how some can turn so quickly. Se han marcado un total de 172 goles en las finales de Copa de Europa y Champions.


The 2018 UEFA Champions League Final was the final match of the , the 63rd season of Europe's premier club football tournament organised by , and the 26th season since it was renamed from the European Cup to the. It was played at the in , Ukraine on 26 May 2018, between side and defending champions , who had won the competition in each of the last two seasons, and side. They also earned the right to play the winners of the , , in the and to enter the semi-finals of the. They also qualified to enter the group stage of the , but since they already qualified through their league performance, the berth reserved was given to the champions of the , the 11th-ranked association according to next season's access list. The in hosted the final The was announced as the final venue on 15 September 2016, following the decision of the UEFA Executive Committee meeting in , Greece. The Olimpiyskiy Stadium was built in 1923 and it has been renovated three times, most recently in 2011 in preparation for the tournament. The stadium was used as a venue in the for its event and the aforementioned European Championship, including the , which saw beat by the record-breaking score of 4—0 on the way to their third title. Its current capacity is 70,050 and it is used by the , , and major domestic matches like the. Defending champions reached a record 16th final after a 4—3 aggregate win against side , knocking them out of the competition for the second consecutive season. This was Real Madrid's third consecutive final, and fourth final in five tournaments with an opportunity to win a. Previously they won finals in , , , , , , , , , , and ; and lost in , and. This was also their 20th final in all seasonal UEFA competitions, having also played in two finals losing in and and two finals winning in and. Real Madrid are only the third team since the competition's rebranding as the Champions League to reach three consecutive finals after in and in. They are the first team in the Champions League era, and the fourth overall, to win three straight finals, a feat only achieved by the Real Madrid side of the 1950s, as they went on to win a record five successive finals, as well as the and squads of the 1970s in and , respectively. They have won the final on five occasions , , , and , and have lost twice and. This was also their 13th final in UEFA seasonal competitions, having played in one final losing in and four finals winning in , and ; and losing in. Liverpool were the first team since in to reach the final having qualified for the competition through the. This was also the most recent occasion the final featured an English team. Liverpool were the most recent team to defeat Real Madrid in a European Cup Final, winning 1—0 in Paris in. Besides the 1981 final, the two teams have played each other four times in the Champions League era. Liverpool won both matches in the round of 16, while Real Madrid won both matches in the group stage. The ambassador for the final was former Ukrainian international , who won the UEFA Champions League with in. Ticketing With a stadium capacity of 63,000 for the final, a total of 40,700 tickets are available to fans and the general public, with the two finalist teams receiving 17,000 tickets each and with 6,700 tickets being available for sale to fans worldwide via UEFA. The remaining tickets are allocated to the local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters, and to serve the corporate hospitality programme. Opening ceremony English singer performed at the opening ceremony preceding the final. This was also the last time that the host city for the men's Champions League final was also automatically assigned the Women's Champions League final. The annual UEFA Champions Festival was held between 24—27 May 2018 at the Kiev city centre. Incidents In late May, reported that some fans with allocated tickets had returned them after having trouble finding flights to and accommodation in Kiev. Locals in Kiev began offering free accommodation for fans affected by cancelled hotel and apartment arrangements. Several arranged for Liverpool fans were cancelled, leaving fans with tickets stranded and leading to an unsuccessful search for alternative solutions by the club and city government. Other airlines offered flights to Kiev from airports in Liverpool and Manchester, using assigned slots at Kiev's airports. On 24 May, a group of Liverpool fans were attacked in a restaurant by 20 masked hooligans. Officials On 7 May 2018, UEFA announced that Serbian would officiate the final. Mažić has been a since 2009, and gained UEFA's elite referee status in 2013. He was joined by his fellow countrymen, with Milovan Ristić and Dalibor Đurdević as assistant referees, Nenad Đokić and Danilo Grujić as additional assistant referees, and Nemanja Petrović as reserve assistant referee. The fourth official for the final was Frenchman. Summary entered the match as a substitute in the 61st minute and scored two goals for Madrid The match began with Liverpool's kickoff and the team's successive attacks to counter Madrid's slower, possession-based buildup. In the 23rd minute, a low shot by went through a defender's legs and forced a late save by. Two minutes later, Liverpool forward was injured competing for the ball with , who had locked Salah's arm resulting in a fall. Due to a , Salah was substituted four minutes later for. Madrid's was substituted in the 37th minute with a injury after an unsuccessful. Minutes later, 's goal was disallowed after he was determined to be offside while finishing a shot started by 's header. The first half ended scoreless, with Madrid dominating possession but Liverpool having more chances to score. The second half began with a shot by , who hit the crossbar. In the 51st minute, Benzema scored the match's first goal by deflecting a throw by Liverpool goalkeeper back into the net. Liverpool equalised four minutes later with a tap-in by , who finished a header by after a corner kick by from the right. Liverpool pressed for a second equalising goal, with a shot by Mané that hit the goal post and calls for a for an alleged , but were also losing possession to Madrid. Ronaldo had a chance to score his first goal of the match during a counterattack in the 73rd minute, but was tackled by Liverpool defender in the penalty box. Bale scored his second goal of the match in the 83rd minute on a 40-yard 37 m shot that swerved in front of Karius and went through his hands and into the net. A second chance on goal for Ronaldo in the 93rd minute of play was interrupted by a , who was captured by stadium stewards. Statistics First half Statistic Real Madrid Liverpool Goals scored 0 0 Total shots 5 9 Shots on target 0 1 Saves 1 0 Ball possession 65% 35% Corner kicks 2 2 Fouls committed 2 10 Offsides 4 1 Yellow cards 0 0 Red cards 0 0 Second half Statistic Real Madrid Liverpool Goals scored 3 1 Total shots 7 3 Shots on target 5 1 Saves 0 2 Ball possession 58% 42% Corner kicks 7 3 Fouls committed 3 8 Offsides 3 2 Yellow cards 0 1 Red cards 0 0 Overall Statistic Real Madrid Liverpool Goals scored 3 1 Total shots 12 12 Shots on target 5 2 Saves 1 2 Ball possession 62% 38% Corner kicks 9 5 Fouls committed 5 18 Offsides 7 3 Yellow cards 0 1 Red cards 0 0 Captain hoisting the as Real Madrid celebrate winning the final Real Madrid became the first team since in 1974—76 to win three consecutive UEFA Champions Leagues or European Cups. The title was Madrid's 13th, another Champions League record, and their fourth in five years. Real Madrid's victory was the fifth consecutive title for a Spanish side in the Champions League, becoming the longest run for the trophy to be held by teams from the same country since English sides won six consecutive titles between 1977 and 1982. Manager became the first to win three consecutive Champions League titles and matched 's record of Champions League era wins. His first goal received acclaim as one of the best in Champions League history and was compared to Ronaldo's bicycle kick goal against Juventus in the quarter-final and manager 's goal in the. Egyptian fans responded with anger on social media, including insults that became trending topics on. A petition calling on and to punish Ramos for the challenge received 400,000 signatures within two days. A separate incident involving Ramos and Liverpool goalkeeper raised questions after a video showed him allegedly elbowing Karius in the face prior to his first goalkeeping error. 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