Wembley, LondonDigimagaz.com – In a night of high drama and relentless action, Real Madrid triumphed over Borussia Dortmund with a 2-0 victory in the Champions League final, securing their 15th title in the competition’s history. This win further cements Real Madrid’s dominance in European football, adding to their impressive haul of six trophies in the last decade alone.

Despite Dortmund’s aggressive play and dominance in the first half and early in the second, Real Madrid’s resilience and tactical prowess ultimately led them to victory. Goals from Dani Carvajal and Vinicius Junior were decisive in securing the coveted trophy for Los Blancos.

First Half: Dortmund’s Aggression Meets Madrid’s Defense

The first half saw Borussia Dortmund take control of the game, creating several scoring opportunities. Star striker Niclas Fullkrug was a constant threat, nearly breaking the deadlock with a shot that struck the goalpost. Karim Adeyemi also posed significant challenges to the Real Madrid defense with his individual runs, yet the scoreboard remained unchanged.

Real Madrid, on the other hand, adopted a more cautious approach, focusing on counterattacks. Their defensive line, marshaled by Antonio Rudiger, stood firm, ensuring the first half ended in a goalless stalemate.

Second Half: Ancelotti’s Tactical Brilliance

As the second half commenced, Dortmund maintained their high-tempo play. However, it was Real Madrid who capitalized on their chances. In the 74th minute, a precise corner from Toni Kroos found Dani Carvajal, who headed the ball into the net, giving Madrid a crucial lead.

Buoyed by this goal, Real Madrid intensified their attacks. A defensive error by Dortmund’s Ian Maatsen allowed Jude Bellingham to deliver a perfect pass to Vinicius Junior, who calmly slotted home Madrid’s second goal in the 83rd minute, effectively sealing the victory.

Dortmund’s Disallowed Goal

Dortmund nearly pulled one back in the 87th minute when Niclas Fullkrug headed the ball into the net. However, the goal was disallowed for offside, a decision confirmed by VAR, dashing Dortmund’s hopes of a comeback.


Borussia Dortmund: Gregor Kobel; Julian Ryerson, Mats Hummels, Nico Schlotterbeck, Ian Maatsen; Emre Can (Donyell Malen 80′), Marcel Sabitzer; Jadon Sancho (Jamie Bynoe-Gittens 87′), Julian Brandt (Sebastien Haller 80′), Karim Adeyemi (Marco Reus 72′); Niclas Fullkrug.

Coach: Edin Terzic.

Real Madrid: Thibaut Courtois; Dani Carvajal, Antonio Rudiger, Nacho, Ferland Mendy; Federico Valverde, Eduardo Camavinga, Toni Kroos (Luka Modric 85′); Jude Bellingham (Joselu 85′); Rodrygo (Eder Militao 90′), Vinicius Junior (Lucas Vazquez 90+4′).

Coach: Carlo Ancelotti.

This victory not only adds another prestigious trophy to Real Madrid’s collection but also reinforces their status as the most successful club in Champions League history. Meanwhile, Borussia Dortmund faces the disappointment of finishing as runners-up, echoing their fate from the 2013 final.

Real Madrid’s triumph at Wembley serves as a potent reminder of their enduring legacy and formidable presence in European football, asserting that they remain a force to be reckoned with on the continental stage.


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