The UEFA Champions League finals 2021/2022 have just concluded, with Real Madrid defeating Liverpool to win the Ultimate for the 14th time.
The game, which was held at the “Stade de France” stadium in Paris, was delayed for nearly 25 minutes due to circumstances beyond the control of the organizers.
The first half ended goalless after Karim Benzema’s 45th goal was ruled offside by Referee Clement Turpin following a VAR review.
After a powerful push by Valverde, Vinicius Jnr launched a skillful set up in the 57th minute in the second sphere of the game, resulting in a one-goal victory for Los Blancos (Real Madrid).
Real Madrid has now won its 14th UCL title and has maintained its winning streak of the Champions League trophy during World Cup seasons.
The title race between the two teams at the Stade de France in Paris is now at par with Real Madrid adding to their tally for the second time in their all-time UCL final games against Liverpool.