UEFA Champions League Final: Your Running Commentary

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The Madrid Derby has made it to Lisbon, where newly-crowned La Liga champion Atletico Madrid take on arch-rival Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League Final (2:45pm, FOX).

Cristiano Ronaldo will look to lift the trophy for the second time in his career, while also trying to help Real Madrid win a 10th Champions League title. Diego Costa has made a remarkable recovery from injury to make his way into the starting lineup for Atletico Madrid, which has not lost to Real Madrid this season.

If you will be watching today’s final, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinion and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action.

  • nomoreklinsmann

    The sore losers in the Hispanic channek fox are making a issue of the 5 minuadded, when it was the right thing to do after all the time wasting Atletico playrs did. But, they did not make an issue of the camptain’s hand ball (elbow) on Ronaldo’s free kick which would’ve been a penalty. No n no that was not an issue.


  • Nate Dollars

    love that i was able to watch the game instead of just following along in the comments. this nomoreklinsmann sh!t would’ve ruined it.


  • beachbum

    what a great game. admit to being crushed in the end. not that I don’t like RM, just like the overachiever story more, with the injuries and still almost doing it, etc. Bale did score over Luis’ replacement and I think his injury the most damaging imo, a bridge too far


  • bryan

    man, i knew Ives didn’t like Real Madrid, but not even an article after winning their 10th CL is pretty harsh! 😉


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