Liverpool vs Real Madrid final CL match in Nepali time

Liverpool vs Real Madrid: The final match of the champions league for the year 2022 is being held on May 29 at 12:45 am Nepali time.

Live Match will be available to watch when the match starts.

Liverpool and Real Madrid will meet again at Saint-Denis, just north of Paris, for the 2021-22 Champions League final on Saturday, 41 years after their first meeting in the lovely city of Paris.

This weekend, the Reds are trying for a seventh title in Europe’s top flight, while continental veterans Los Blancos are going for a record-extending 14th.

Jurgen Klopp’s team defeated Inter Milan, Benfica, and Villarreal en route to the Stade de France, while Carlo Ancelotti’s men defeated a trio of heavyweights in Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, and Manchester City.

Liverpool vs Real Madrid Match preview

What is the EFL Cup? Check. What is the FA Cup? Check. What is the Premier League? It was close, but not quite. It wouldn’t have been a final weekend in the English Premier League without a few surprises, but the Anfield crowd may have to reconsider their plans for a quadruple trophy parade.

A plucky Wolverhampton Wanderers side would frustrate Klopp’s side and their unhappy supporters while Man City was being shaken to their core by Aston Villa and Steven Gerrard – wanting to assist his former club to achieve something that he never did during his days in the red shirt.

With a 3-1 victory, the double cup champions accomplished what they needed to, but Pep Guardiola’s remarkable turnaround against Villa assured that the Premier League title would remain in his hands, leaving Liverpool to mourn what could have been.

The traveling Liverpool party was not satisfied with only two cups at the end of a promising season, and they were obliged to navigate a fright in the semi-finals against European specialist Unai Emery and his giant-killing Villarreal team. Still, no white flags were hoisted at La Ceramica.

The final on Saturday will be Liverpool’s 10th appearance in the European Cup/Champions League final, and while some may argue that they have had a relatively easy road to the final, Klopp will undoubtedly emphasize that there are no easy matchups in this league.

While Inter Milan did shut out Liverpool in a 1-0 Anfield triumph that was ultimately insignificant, Liverpool has scored at least twice in each of their remaining Champions League matches this season, which is no small feat given Klopp’s punishing schedule.

Furthermore, the Reds’ setback to the Nerazzurri was their last in any competition, with Klopp overseeing an 18-game unbeaten run in all tournaments since that defeat on March 8, including 10 wins in their past 11.

After that terrible night in Kyiv against Real Madrid, numerous members of the current Liverpool crop received runners-up medals in 2018, and retribution is definitely on the agenda for some of them, none more so than Mohamed Salah following his injury and heartbreaking substitution.

Klopp has stated that vengeance is not on his mind, but a 33 percent victory percentage versus Real Madrid is the German’s worst against a single opponent, and eliminating that hoodoo on Saturday would go a long way toward compensating for the quadruple dream not coming true. His opponent, on the other hand, knows how to win a Champions League match.

It’s one thing to come back from a two-goal disadvantage against PSG, a perennial Champions League underachiever. Another is dumping out the incumbent champions after falling behind 3-0 at the Bernabeu. Getting past Manchester City after a four-goal defeat at the Etihad? Take a bow, Carlo Ancelotti.

Los Blancos’ unlikely return in this season’s tournament has been aided by the presence of a lethal striker in Karim Benzema and a winger in Vinicius Junior who is living up to his huge promise, but the contributions of another Brazilian starlet cannot be overlooked.

Rodrygo scored twice in the space of two minutes to force extra time and leave the home fans with egg on their faces after 90 minutes against Man City, who had gone into a 5-3 aggregate lead in the semi-finals thanks to Riyad Mahrez’s brilliant finish.

Fans’ attempts to return to their seats for the extra period were futile, but Real’s efforts to reach the final were not, as Benzema’s penalty – this time not a Panenka penalty – ensured that the Spanish champions would board the plane to France and continue their continental campaign until the final whistle.

Real only won one of their final four top-flight fixtures in 2021-22, and their matchday 38 finished in a dreary goalless stalemate with Real Betis in the capital, as they deservedly took their foot off the accelerator after winning the title with weeks to spare.

Real’s recent results should not be taken at face value, with Ancelotti not afraid to rest and rotate his resources ahead of Saturday’s final, in which the most successful side in European history will attempt to win the cup for the 14th time and break a four-year title drought.

Los Blancos have had their share of scares along the way, but their European pedigree is undeniable, especially given that they have won each of their past seven European Cup/Champions League finals since losing 1-0 to Liverpool in 1981, which could be a good omen for the reds.

Ancelotti will be wary of the fact that his side has failed to keep a single clean sheet in the Champions League knockout stages this season, despite scoring 14 goals in their last five continental matches, and the wily Italian will be looking to complete his own quadruple against Liverpool in Saint-Denis.

Indeed, if Real wins the Champions League for the fourth time, he will surpass Zinedine Zidane and Bob Paisley as the most successful managers in the competition’s history, but Klopp is going to the Stade de France with the intention of learning from the latter.





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