Football Tens of thousands of ticketless Liverpool supporters have turned Paris red on Saturday – “We have conquered Paris”

As many as 60,000 Liverpool supporters traveled to the French capital on Saturday. Most were without a ticket to the Champions League final.

Paris was red on Saturday because of Liverpool supporters. As many as 60,000 Liverpool supporters traveled to the French capital on Saturday, and most were without a ticket to the Champions League final.

After only 20,000 supporters from each finalist’s team had received tickets, tens of thousands of unpaid Liverpool supporters packed into the fan area set up east of the city and turned the area into a red sea.

“Look around you, we have conquered Paris,” said a Liverpool supporter from London in the match Rohan Sood news agency for AFP.

80,000 spectators will pack for the Stade de France during the evening. That’s where the battle between Liverpool and Real Madrid for winning the most prestigious club team competition in European football begins for the second time in five years.

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Jürgen Kloppin coached by Liverpool aim for the third trophy of the season after winning the League Cup and the English Cup. Spanish football giant Real Madrid is hoping again Karim Benzeman and Vinicius Junior through the winged team in time for the fourteenth European Cup victory.

Liverpool can win the Champions League for the second time in four years just days after losing on the final day of the English Premier League championship season.

“If you’re a football person, you know my team’s accomplishments this season are exceptional,” Klopp said Friday.

“We all know that performance is judged by the color of the medal after the game.”

Klopp said he is more than happy and proud of what his team has achieved this season.

“I feel even better if we win the game, and that’s all I have in mind.”

German coach received good news during the match when the opening lineup midfield players Fabinho and Thiago Alcântara are back in play.

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Liverpool could win their seventh European Cup victory on Saturday, bringing the team to par with AC Milan. Only Real Madrid would then have more wins in the Champions League or its predecessor, the European Cup.

Liverpool has a bitter memory of 2018 when it lost 1 to 3 goals to Real Madrid in Kiev. Then Liverpool star striker Mohamed Salah was injured in the exchange during the opening season after Real’s former asterisk Sergio Ramos teloi Salahin.

Madrid aims for his fifth Champions League win within nine seasons. Enthusiastically, it has won all seven of its previous finals.

“It is a great achievement for us to be in the finals. We know the requirements and history of this club well, but getting us here is a huge thing, ”Real’s head coach Carlo Ancelotti said.

“This season has already been very good for us, but now we are close to a very big achievement.”

Liverpool-Real Madrid at 10 p.m. MTV3 and Cmore are showing the match.

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