By Kafeero Twaha
Real Madrid secured a record-extending 14th European cup when they beat Liverpool 1-0 in a Champions league final delayed for more than half an hour after police tried France on Saturday.
Vinicius junior scored just before the hour with Real’s first attempt on goal and their goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois made several saves to deny Liverpool, who ended the season with two domestic cups having also failed to win premier league.
In a battle of European heavyweights jurgen klopp’s side had more opportunities but lacked sharpness when it mattered as Carlo Ancelotti become the first coach to enjoy double champions league success with two clubs having also triumphed with AC Milan.
It was La Liga title holders Real’s fourth champions league crown in seven years as they improved their impressive record in the competition with their eighth victory in as many final.