Real Madrid - Atletico Madrid, Champions League Final 24 / 05 / 2014

Real Madrid - Atletico Madrid, Champions League Final 24 / 05 / 2014

from / FOOTBALL / Friday, 23 May 2014 17: 02

  Last big football match this year in distant Lisbon. Champions League final between two opponents who do not just break a nine-minute one. Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid in a literally Spanish civil war as the two teams' relations are not the best. The goal of the goals for both teams with Real to chase its tenth conquest and thus become the first team to have a double-digit number of conquests and Atletico to look for the conquest for the first time after 40 years and the lost final of 1974, with the two Juventus League conquests 2010 and 2012 pointing the way.

  This year's final is being held at the Naluez Stadium in Lisbon, Benfica's natural setting, a state-of-the-art, grand and very beautiful stage. Below we get a taste of this wonderful stadium.

  This year both teams have already won a title, with Real winning the Spanish Cup in the final of Valencia against Barcelona, ​​while Atletico against the same opponent, taking a draw in Barcelona, ​​won the Spanish championship for 18 consecutive years and sealed an outstanding season with conductor Diego Simenone perfecting his orchestra in his third year on the band. On the other hand, Real also struggled for several years with coaches to reach this point and if Jose Mourinho did not succeed last year, it seems that this year Real, led by Carlo Ancelotti, can win because it presents a very good racing person after several years.

  As for the match part, Atletico will go to play with the psychology soaring after winning the championship and Real seems to be fully focused and dedicated to this match, which was reflected in the negative results in its last matches. championship. Although the stress on the people of Atletico and all the fans increased when they saw Diego Costa leave the game against Barcelona, ​​in the end the messages look pleasant as he trained this week and will give the present. Turan will also use special drugs to overcome the pain and play normally, so Atletico's mission can be considered complete. Real definitely loses Jesse, although it is not considered a big loss, while the absence of Pepe is most likely. Benzema and Ronaldo have some annoyances and may not start as key, with Ronaldo being more positive as he trained normally this week. However, the long absence is heard in the name of Xabi Alonso who filled in cards and will not play. However, the truth is that after qualifying for the grand final, Real made a bigger rotation in the league, wanting to be ready and therefore threw the opportunity to chase the championship, while on the opposite bank, Atletico struggled until last week to be crowned champions.

 

THEIR PASSION

  To see the course of the two teams in the race starting from Real, which started from the group stage where it ended first in the second group:

17 September 2013 Group stage (Group B)

Galatasaray

 

1–6

 

Real Madrid

Referee: Mark Clattenburg (ENG) - Stadium: Ali Sami Yen Spor Kompleksi, Istanbul (TUR)

 

2 October 2013 Group stage (Group B)

Real Madrid

 

4–0

 

København

Referee: Matej Jug (SVN) - Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid (ESP)

 

23 October 2013 Group stage (Group B)

Real Madrid

 

2–1

 

Juventus

Referee: Manuel Gräfe (GER) - Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid (ESP)

 

5 November 2013  Group stage (Group B)

Juventus

 

2–2

 

Real Madrid

Referee: Howard Webb (ENG) - Stadium: Juventus Stadium, Turin (ITA)

 

27 November 2013  Group stage (Group B)

Real Madrid

 

4–1

 

Galatasaray

Referee: William Collum (SCO) - Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid (ESP)

 

10 December 2013 Group stage (Group B)

København

 

0–2

 

Real Madrid

Referee: Felix Brych (GER) - Stadium: Parken, Copenhagen (DEN)

 

26 February 2014 Round of 16

Schalke

 

1–6

 

Real Madrid

Referee: Howard Webb (ENG) - Stadium: Gelsenkirchen Stadium, Gelsenkirchen (GER)

 

18 March 2014 Round of 16

Real Madrid

 

3–1

 

Schalke

Aggregate: 9-2

Referee: Sergei Karasev (RUS) - Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid (ESP)

 

2 April 2014 Quarter-finals

Real Madrid

 

3–0

 

Dortmund

Referee: Mark Clattenburg (ENG) - Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid (ESP)

 

8 April 2014 Quarter-finals

Dortmund

 

2–0

 

Real Madrid

Aggregate: 2-3

Referee: Damir Skomina (SVN) - Stadium: BVB Dortmund Stadium, Dortmund (GER)

 

23 April 2014 Semi-finals

Real Madrid

 

1–0

 

Bavaria

Referee: Howard Webb (ENG) - Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid (ESP)

 

29 April 2014 Semi-finals

Bavaria

 

0–4

 

Real Madrid

Aggregate: 0-5

Referee: Pedro Proença (POR) - Stadium: Fußball Arena München, Munich (GER)

 


  Atlético Madrid, also started from the group stage, where she finished first in the seventh group:

18 September 2013 Group stage (Group G)

Athletic

 

3–1

 

Zenith

Referee: William Collum (SCO) - Stadium: Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid (ESP)

 

1 October 2013 Group stage (Group G)

Oporto

 

1–2

 

Athletic

Referee: Howard Webb (ENG) - Stadium: Estádio do Dragão, Porto (POR)

 

22 October 2013 Group stage (Group G)

Austria Wien

 

0–3

 

Athletic

Referee: Daniele Orsato (ITA) - Stadium: Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna (AUT)

 

6 November 2013  Group stage (Group G)

Athletic

 

4–0

 

Austria Wien

Referee: István Vad (HUN) - Stadium: Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid (ESP)

 

26 November 2013  Group stage (Group G)

Zenith

 

1–1

 

Athletic

Referee: Martin Atkinson (ENG) - Stadium: Petrovski Stadium, St Petersburg (RUS)

 

11 December 2013 Group stage (Group G)

Athletic

 

2–0

 

Oporto

Referee: Deniz Aytekin (GER) - Stadium: Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid (ESP)

 

19 February 2014 Round of 16

Milan

 

0–1

 

Athletic

Referee: Pedro Proença (POR) - Stadium: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan (ITA)

 

11 March 2014 Round of 16

Athletic

 

4–1

 

Milan

Aggregate: 5-1

Referee: Mark Clattenburg (ENG) - Stadium: Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid (ESP)

 

1 April 2014 Quarter-finals

Barcelona

 

1–1

 

Athletic

Referee: Felix Brych (GER) - Stadium: Camp Nou, Barcelona (ESP)

 

9 April 2014 Quarter-finals

Athletic

 

1–0

 

Barcelona

Aggregate: 2-1

Referee: Howard Webb (ENG) - Stadium: Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid (ESP)

 

22 April 2014 Semi-finals

Athletic

 

0–0

 

Chelsea

Referee: Jonas Eriksson (SWE) - Stadium: Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid (ESP)

 

30 April 2014 Semi-finals

Chelsea

 

1–3

 

Athletic

Aggregate: 1-3

Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (ITA) - Stadium: Stamford Bridge, London (ENG)

 

STATISTICS

1) Real counts 9 / 12 finals for the Champions League level and Atletico 0 / 1 final.

2) In general, for the European cups, Real counts 11/16 finals and Atletico 3/6 finals.

3) In their games, Real count 105 wins against Atletico 48, while 46 races ended.

4) Cristiano Ronaldo is 16's top scorer, while for Atletico
more has Diego Costa with 8 goals.

5) Europe has fought three times and Real has 2 wins and one Atletico

 

BETTING TIPS

  Passing into the betting part of the show, we see that Real is the winner of the victory. On average, odds for winning the regular match amount to 1,98 , with Atletico winning to be released on 3,96 while the probability of the draw multiplies the capital against 3,42 times. With regards to the conquest including prolongation and finale, Real is offered at 1,45 and Atletico in 2,70. The probability of having many goals the final player pays 2,19 times the player's money as opposed to 1,69 the case of having a few goals. Finally to score both teams returns the original chapter against 1,88 times while not scoring against 1,83.

In summary, and returns to specific companies.

bookmakers

1

X

2

Over2,5

Under2,5

Bet365

2,05

3,50

4,00

2,15

1,67

paddypower

2,00

3,40

4,00

2,20

1,67

stoiximan

2,05

3,60

4,20

2,20

1,65

callbet

2,00

3,45

4,00

2,25

1,65

sportingbet

1,90

3,40

4,00

2,05

1,70

betsonic

1,98

3,20

3,75

2,16

1,66

 

BETTING TIPS

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WE VOTE

Who will bring the trophy to Madrid, the Mereyou know or the Rochieblonde

 

 

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