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The Champions League is ranked second in terms of fan following after the World Cup finals, thanks to the football performances and dramatic moments full of excitement and football fun, but there are finals in the competition in particular that have remained stuck in the minds of football fans. The main continental competition has witnessed 31 finals since the competition was renamed in 1992, and these finals witnessed varying levels. Real Madrid holds the record for winning the tournament title 14 times. The continental title inspired some clubs to play some of the best final matches in the history of the competition. English Liverpool achieved a victory that seemed almost impossible over Italian Milan on penalties after a 3-3 draw in just 6 minutes in the 2005 final in Istanbul. In the final of the 1998-1999 season, at Camp Nou in Barcelona, ​​English Manchester United showed that the impossible is not a characteristic of the Red Devils, after they achieved a very late victory over Bayern Munich 2-1. The 9 greatest Champions League finals were chosen based on the following factors: Drama (exciting events during the match). Quality (level and performance of players). Legacy in the world of football. The 9 finals are: 1- Milan, Italy x Liverpool, England (2005): The 2005 final, held at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, will forever be remembered as a “miracle.” After falling behind 3-0 against Milan in the first half, Liverpool came back in the second half, scoring 3 goals within 10 minutes of the second half, forcing extra time and eventually winning on penalties 3-2. The Champions League is ranked second in terms of fan following after the World Cup finals, thanks to the football performances and dramatic moments full of excitement and football fun, but there are finals in the competition in particular that have remained stuck in the minds of football fans. The main continental competition has witnessed 31 finals since the competition was renamed in 1992, and these finals witnessed varying levels. 2- Real Madrid of Spain x Atletico Madrid of Spain (2014): The 2014 final, which was held at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, confirmed the fierce rivalry between the two poles of the capital, Madrid, Real Madrid and Atletico. The league champions, led by Diego Simeone, maintained their 1-0 lead until the final moments of the match when Sergio Ramos rose and fired a dramatic header in the final hour, scoring the equalizer and forcing extra time. Real Madrid took advantage of its momentum, scoring 3 goals in extra time to win 4-1 and win its tenth European Champions Cup. 3- Manchester United of England x Bayern Munich of Germany (1999): The final match witnessed Manchester United achieving the greatest comeback in the history of the competition (Remontada), as the “Red Devils” were trailing by a clean goal until the last minute of the match, and during stoppage time, United scored two goals in the fatal time by Teddy Sheringham (90 + 1). And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (90+3) to win 2-1. 4- Dutch Ajax x Italian Milan (1995): The Ernst Happel Stadium in the Austrian capital, Vienna, hosted the 1995 final between Milan and Ajax, and the match was tied until the 85th minute, when Dutchman Patrick Kluivert scored a fatal goal for the Dutch team. 5- Barcelona of Spain x Manchester United of England (2011): Barcelona won 3-1 over the powerful Manchester United team in the 2011 final at Wembley Stadium in London, after a stunning display from Barca that included spherical paintings of possession and tiki-taka. Rarely has any match been able to perfectly reflect the amazing quality of the victorious team. As all three members of Barcelona's attacking line - Pedro, David Villa and Lionel Messi - scored goals that were created by all three members of the legendary midfield; Andres Iniesta, Xavi Hernandez and Sergio Busquets. Sir Alex Ferguson - who spent a quarter of a century coaching Manchester United - admitted: “In my time as a coach, I would say they are the best team we have faced.” 6- Barcelona of Spain x Arsenal of England (2006): The final match was held at the Stade de France in Paris, and Barcelona was able to win 2-1 and achieve its second title in the tournament, depriving Arsenal of its first title. The Gunners took the lead with a goal scored by English defender Sol Campbell in the 37th minute, before Barca equalized with a goal by Cameroonian Samuel Eto'o in the 76th minute, then followed it up with the winning goal by Brazilian full-back Juliano Belletti in the 80.7th minute - Borussia Dortmund of Germany x Bayern Munich of Germany ( 2013). The 2013 final at Wembley Stadium saw an all-German encounter between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. Mario Mandzukic put the Bavarian team in front before Ilkay Gundogan equalized the score midway through the second half, then Arjen Robben scored a late goal that settled the score in favor of Bayern 2-1. 7- Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich (2013): The 2013 final at Wembley Stadium saw an all-German encounter between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. Mario Mandzukic put the Bavarian team in front before Ilkay Gundogan equalized the score midway through the second half, then Arjen Robben scored a late goal that settled the score in favor of Bayern 2-1. 8- Manchester United of England x Chelsea of ​​England (2008): The 2008 final, which was held at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, witnessed a confrontation between two heavyweight English teams, Manchester United and Chelsea. Cristiano Ronaldo took the lead midway through the first half for Al Mano, before Frank Lampard equalized for the Blues at the start of the second half. After the tense match ended in a 1-1 draw, Man United settled the result on penalties 6-5. 9- Bayern Munich of Germany x Valencia of Spain (2001): The 2001 final at the San Siro Stadium in Milan was tense between Bayern Munich and Valencia. After the match ended in a 1-1 draw, penalty kicks were called for. Bayern eventually emerged victorious 5-4 after goalkeeper Oliver Kahn blocked 3 of Valencia players' kicks.

  


The Champions League is ranked second in terms of fan following after the World Cup finals, thanks to the football performances and dramatic moments full of excitement and football fun, but there are finals in the competition in particular that have remained stuck in the minds of football fans.


 The main continental competition has witnessed 31 finals since the competition was renamed in 1992, and these finals witnessed varying levels.

Real Madrid holds the record for winning the tournament title 14 times.


 The continental title inspired some clubs to play some of the best final matches in the history of the competition.


 English Liverpool achieved a victory that seemed almost impossible over Italian Milan on penalties after a 3-3 draw in just 6 minutes in the 2005 final in Istanbul.


 In the final of the 1998-1999 season, at Camp Nou in Barcelona, ​​English Manchester United showed that the impossible is not a characteristic of the Red Devils, after they achieved a very late victory over Bayern Munich 2-1.


 The 9 greatest Champions League finals were chosen based on the following factors:

 Drama (exciting events during the match).

 Quality (level and performance of players).

 Legacy in the world of football.

 The 9 finals are:

 1- Milan, Italy x Liverpool, England (2005):


 The 2005 final, held at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, will forever be remembered as a “miracle.”


After falling behind 3-0 against Milan in the first half, Liverpool came back in the second half, scoring 3 goals within 10 minutes of the second half, forcing extra time and eventually winning on penalties 3-2.

 The Champions League is ranked second in terms of fan following after the World Cup finals, thanks to the football performances and dramatic moments full of excitement and football fun, but there are finals in the competition in particular that have remained stuck in the minds of football fans.

 The main continental competition has witnessed 31 finals since the competition was renamed in 1992, and these finals witnessed varying levels.


 2- Real Madrid of Spain x Atletico Madrid of Spain (2014):


 The 2014 final, which was held at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, confirmed the fierce rivalry between the two poles of the capital, Madrid, Real Madrid and Atletico.

 The league champions, led by Diego Simeone, maintained their 1-0 lead until the final moments of the match when Sergio Ramos rose and fired a dramatic header in the final hour, scoring the equalizer and forcing extra time.

 Real Madrid took advantage of its momentum, scoring 3 goals in extra time to win 4-1 and win its tenth European Champions Cup.


 3- Manchester United of England x Bayern Munich of Germany (1999):


 The final match witnessed Manchester United achieving the greatest comeback in the history of the competition (Remontada), as the “Red Devils” were trailing by a clean goal until the last minute of the match, and during stoppage time, United scored two goals in the fatal time by Teddy Sheringham (90 + 1).  And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (90+3) to win 2-1.


4- Dutch Ajax x Italian Milan (1995):


 The Ernst Happel Stadium in the Austrian capital, Vienna, hosted the 1995 final between Milan and Ajax, and the match was tied until the 85th minute, when Dutchman Patrick Kluivert scored a fatal goal for the Dutch team.


 5- Barcelona of Spain x Manchester United of England (2011):


 Barcelona won 3-1 over the powerful Manchester United team in the 2011 final at Wembley Stadium in London, after a stunning display from Barca that included spherical paintings of possession and tiki-taka.

 Rarely has any match been able to perfectly reflect the amazing quality of the victorious team.  As all three members of Barcelona's attacking line - Pedro, David Villa and Lionel Messi - scored goals that were created by all three members of the legendary midfield;  Andres Iniesta, Xavi Hernandez and Sergio Busquets.

 Sir Alex Ferguson - who spent a quarter of a century coaching Manchester United - admitted: “In my time as a coach, I would say they are the best team we have faced.”


 6- Barcelona of Spain x Arsenal of England (2006):


 The final match was held at the Stade de France in Paris, and Barcelona was able to win 2-1 and achieve its second title in the tournament, depriving Arsenal of its first title.

 The Gunners took the lead with a goal scored by English defender Sol Campbell in the 37th minute, before Barca equalized with a goal by Cameroonian Samuel Eto'o in the 76th minute, then followed it up with the winning goal by Brazilian full-back Juliano Belletti in the 80.7th minute - Borussia Dortmund of Germany x Bayern Munich of Germany (  2013).

 The 2013 final at Wembley Stadium saw an all-German encounter between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.  Mario Mandzukic put the Bavarian team in front before Ilkay Gundogan equalized the score midway through the second half, then Arjen Robben scored a late goal that settled the score in favor of Bayern 2-1.


 7- Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich (2013):


 The 2013 final at Wembley Stadium saw an all-German encounter between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.  Mario Mandzukic put the Bavarian team in front before Ilkay Gundogan equalized the score midway through the second half, then Arjen Robben scored a late goal that settled the score in favor of Bayern 2-1.


 8- Manchester United of England x Chelsea of ​​England (2008):


 The 2008 final, which was held at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, witnessed a confrontation between two heavyweight English teams, Manchester United and Chelsea.

 Cristiano Ronaldo took the lead midway through the first half for Al Mano, before Frank Lampard equalized for the Blues at the start of the second half.

 After the tense match ended in a 1-1 draw, Man United settled the result on penalties 6-5.


 9- Bayern Munich of Germany x Valencia of Spain (2001):


 The 2001 final at the San Siro Stadium in Milan was tense between Bayern Munich and Valencia.  After the match ended in a 1-1 draw, penalty kicks were called for.

 Bayern eventually emerged victorious 5-4 after goalkeeper Oliver Kahn blocked 3 of Valencia players' kicks.



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