Home » Results » Real Madrid vs Atlético de Madrid
  • 24 May 2014, Kick Off 7:45pm
  • Ref: Bjorn Kuipers
  • Competition: Champions League
  • Estadio da Luz, Lisbon
Real Madrid
Atlético de Madrid
120' Cristiano Ronaldo (Pen)
118' Marcelo
110' Gareth Bale
93' Sergio Ramos
36' Diego Godín
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    • 1Casillas
    • 15Carvajal
    • 4Ramos
    • 2Varane
    • 5Fábio Coentrão
    • 19Modric
    • 6Khedira
    • 22Di María
    • 11Bale
    • 9Benzema
    • 7Cristiano Ronaldo
    • 13Courtois
    • 20Juanfran
    • 23Miranda
    • 2Godín
    • 3Filipe Luis
    • 8Raúl García
    • 5Tiago
    • 14Gabi
    • 6Koke
    • 19Diego Costa
    • 9Villa
    • 12Marcelo
    • 23Isco
    • 24Illarramendi
    • 21Morata
    • 25López
    • 3Pepe
    • 17Arbeloa
    • 4Suárez
    • 12Alderweireld
    • 1Aranzubia
    • 7Adrián
    • 11Cristian Rodríguez
    • 24Sosa
    • 26Diego

    Real Madrid

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-3-3
    • 1 I. Casillas
    • 15 D. Carvajal
    • 4 S. Ramos
    • 2 R. Varane
    • 5 F. da Silva Coentrão (Da Silva Junior '59)
    • 19 L. Modric
    • 6 S. Khedira (Alarcón Suárez '59)
    • 22 . Di María
    • 11 G. Bale
    • 9 K. Benzema (Morata '79)
    • 7 C. dos Santos Aveiro

    Atlético de Madrid

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-2
    • 13 T. Courtois
    • 20 J. Torres Belén
    • 23 J. De Souza Filho
    • 2 D. Godín
    • 3 F. Kasmirski (Alderweireld '83)
    • 8 R. Garcia Escudero (Sosa '66)
    • 5 T. Cardoso Mendes
    • 14 G. Fernández Arenas
    • 6 J. Resurrección
    • 19 D. Da Silva Costa (López Álvarez '9)
    • 9 D. Villa
    • 12 M. Da Silva Junior
    • 23 F. Alarcón Suárez
    • 24 A. Illarramendi
    • 21 . Morata
    • 25 D. López
    • 3 K. Lima Ferreira
    • 17 . Arbeloa
    • 4 M. Suárez
    • 12 T. Alderweireld
    • 1 D. Aranzubia
    • 7 A. López Álvarez
    • 11 C. Rodríguez
    • 24 J. Sosa
    • 26 D. Ribas da Cunha
    • 4 Goals 1
    • 0 First Half Goals 1
    • 9 Shots On Target 4
    • 8 Shots Off Target 5
    • 5 Yellow Cards 7
    • 19 Fouls 27
    • 0 Penalties Conceded 1
    • 0 Offsides 4
    • 2 Hand Balls 2
    • 62.5 Possession % 37.5
    • 665 Total Passes 391
    • 557 Accurate Passes 262
    • 47 Crosses 25
    • 12 Accurate Crosses 4
    • 9 Corners 9
    • 10 Tackles Won 32
    • 19 Total Tackles 40
    • 1 Blocks 3
    • 3 Blocked Scoring Attempts 2
    • 16 Interceptions 31
    • 43 Clearances 29
    • 43 Effective Clearances 29
    • 28 Headed Clearances 17
    • 3 Keeper Saves 5
    • 2 Keeper Throws 2
    • 2 Accurate Keeper Throws 2
    • 9 Goal Kicks 16
    • 8 Accurate Goal Kicks 5

    Champions League Final LIVE: Real Madrid Vs. Atletico Madrid

    Probable Lineups:

    Real Madrid (4-3-3): Casillas, Carvajal, Ramos, Varane, Marcelo, Maria, Illarramendi, Modric, Bale, Ronaldo, Isco

    Real Madrid look to accomplish their dream of lifting the UEFA Champions League trophy for the tenth time when they face city rivals Atletico Madrid.

    Having only won the Copa del Rey after failing in the La Liga race, Carlo Ancelotti will need to win this encounter to consider this season to be a success. In their last five games in all competitions, they have picked up two wins, two draws and a loss, failing to register any wins in their last three games before their recent 3-1 win against Espanyol. Ancelotti has led his team to ten Champions League victories this season, the others being a draw and a loss.

    Xabi Alonso will be a huge loss for the side as he is suspended for the match after reaching his yellow card limit from the previous game. Pepe, Karim Benzema, and Alvaro Arbeloa could also miss the match as the trio are still doubtful with injuries.

    Atletico Madrid (4-4-2): Courtois, Juanfran, Miranda, Godin, Luis, Diego, Fernandez, Tiago, Koke, Villa, Garcia

    Atletico Madrid only recently celebrated their Spanish La Liga crown last weekend, but they now need get their head back in the game when they face Real Madrid for the Champions League crown.

    Diego Simeone’s side hasn’t been on the best of form recently, losing once and drawing two. The team hasn’t lost a game this season in the UCL, winning nine and drawing three of their last 12 Champions League games. However, Simeone faces two injury setbacks, with both Diego Costa and Arda Turan currently out with injury and could even miss this upcoming final. Of the two, Turan could make a possible appearance in the match while the likes of Costa is going through some major rehabilitation which may aid him in his recovery just in time for the match.

    What the fans are saying…




    Remember this?

    Earlier this season when the two sides met in the Spanish La Liga, they left with a point apiece in a very thrilling encounter where Real Madrid got the first goal, Atletico Madrid equalized and then led, before Cristiano Ronaldo scored late in the second half to finish the game with a 2-2 score line.

    Danger Man:


    Cristiano Ronaldo has to get the pick due to his Champions League scoring record breaking 16 goals tally and counting if he manages more in the final, which he very possibly can. With the final being played on his homeland of Portugal, he surely wants to leave a mark as Real Madrid chase for their tenth European crown (La Decima).

    Stats to get your head around:

    Atletico Madrid have reached the final of the European Cup/Champions League for the first time since 1974 when they eventually lost in the final against Bayern Munich after a replay.

    Real Madrid have reached the final of the European Cup/Champions League for the first time since 2002 (2-1 v Bayer Leverkusen). They have won it nine times, more than any other club.

    Real Madrid have won nine of their 12 finals in the European Cup/Champions League.

    Atletico Madrid have won only two of their last 30 competitive games against Real Madrid (7 draws), both victories coming in 2013 at the Bernabeu in the Copa del Rey final and in la Liga.

    However, Atletico have won four of their five finals against Real Madrid, all in the Copa del Rey.

    Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have met once before in European competition. It was in the semi-finals of the 1958/59 European Cup; the tie was level after two legs before Real Madrid won the deciding play-off. Real then won the final against Reims.

    Real Madrid have won 11 of their last 13 Champions League games (1 draw, 1 defeat). Their only defeat this season came at Dortmund in the quarter-finals (0-2).

    Atletico Madrid are the only team unbeaten in the Champions League this season (9 wins, 3 draws).

    Manchester Utd are the last team to lift the Champions League trophy without losing a single game in that season’s competition, it was in 2007/08.

    Victory for Atletico Madrid would make them only the fifth team to win all three of UEFA’s competitions – the European Cup/Champions League, the Cup Winners’ Cup and the Europa League/UEFA Cup. Ajax, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Chelsea are the other four.

    Real Madrid have the best attacking record in the Champions League this season, scoring 37 goals in 12 games. They are the only team in Champions League history (since 1992/93) to average over 3 goals per game in a single campaign (3.1).

    Atletico Madrid have the best defensive record in the Champions League this season, conceding only six goals in 12 games.

    Diego Costa has scored eight goals in eight Champions League games this season (1 assist). That’s half as many as Cristiano Ronaldo.

    Real Madrid have only converted one of their three penalties in the Champions League this season.

    Cristiano Ronaldo’s 16 goals in a single European Cup/Champions League campaign is a record.

    Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 37 goals in his last 29 Champions League games.

    Karim Benzema and Angel Di Maria are the top assist providers in the Champions League this season (5 each, level with Wayne Rooney).

    Gareth Bale is the player who has nevertheless delivered the most assists in this season’s knockout stages of the competition (4).

    Carlo Ancelotti has reached the final of the Champions League for the fourth time as manager, and for the first time since 2007. All of his previous three finals were with AC Milan.

    Ancelotti could become only the second manager to win three European Cup/Champions League titles after Bob Paisley who won all three with Liverpool (1977, 1978, 1981).

    Diego Simeone has seen his side win two of their eight clashes with Real Madrid in all competitions (D1 L5). One of those wins came in last season’s Copa Del Rey final (2-1).

    Of the goalkeepers to have made 20+ saves in the Champions League this season, Iker Casillas (84.3%) and Thibaut Courtois (82.9%) have the best save percentages.

    Both Casillas and Courtois have kept five clean sheets in the Champions League this season, level with Petr Cech and David de Gea.

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