BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, “There is a different between playing to win and being hungry to win. i told them we are coming for the win to shut them up for once, and that’s what we did today” ancelotti praises players on the performance against Bayern Munich as they won to qualify for the champions league finals. Real Madrid trash Bayern Munich to put them in their place.


Liverpool icon Jamie Carragher expressed astonishment following Real Madrid’s remarkable comeback victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final on May 8. Los Blancos staged a dramatic late surge to clinch a 2-1 win, sealing their spot in the final after a 2-2 draw in the previous leg at the Allianz Arena.

Initially trailing after Alphonso Davies’ 68th-minute opener, Real Madrid’s fortunes shifted with substitute Joselu’s impactful entrance in the 81st minute. The former Stoke City forward swiftly equalized in the 88th minute, capitalizing on a rare error from Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. Joselu struck again in the 91st minute, propelling Real Madrid to their 18th Champions League final appearance.

Real Madrid’s unparalleled dominance in the Champions League, having claimed the trophy 14 times, solidifies their status as favorites as they head to Wembley to face Borussia Dortmund. Carragher, via X (formerly Twitter), marveled at Real Madrid’s consistency in the competition, emphasizing that their success is no fluke but a testament to their prowess.

With the final showdown against Borussia Dortmund on June 1, Real Madrid eyes their 15th Champions League triumph under manager Ancelotti’s guidance. AC Milan trails as the second-most successful team with seven titles, while Liverpool and Bayern Munich have each lifted the trophy six times.

Thierry Henry, the revered French footballer, commended Real Madrid’s unwavering determination in their stunning comeback against Bayern Munich. Henry dismissed notions of luck, highlighting Los Blancos’ enduring commitment throughout the entirety of the game.

Henry also criticized Thomas Tuchel’s decision to substitute Harry Kane while his team led 1-0, cautioning against underestimating the challenge posed by Real Madrid. He emphasized the caliber of the opposition, stating that facing Real Madrid requires a different mindset due to their formidable reputation and track record of late-game heroics.

As Bayern Munich faces a trophyless season for the first time in many years, Real Madrid stands on the brink of a potential double, having already secured the La Liga title.

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