Real Madrid vs. Liverpool in UEFA Champions League final

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Our very own Tomás Roncero, the world's biggest Real Madrid fan, is in Kiev, soaking up the atmosphere in the fan zones.

Milner returns to the side after missing the Premier League finale through injury, while Can returns to the bench and could play for the final time in Liverpool colours.

The Reds' path to Kiev has not been borne of controlling games, but capitalising on isolated moments, with 29 of the team's tournament-high 40 goals coming from the front three of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino. In Europe though, despite some hiccups, Zinedine Zidane's side have remained largely untouchable and remarkably enter the game seeking their third Champions League crown in a row - also boasting three successes in the past four seasons.

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Ronaldo struck for Manchester United against Chelsea in the 2008 Champions League final and hit the last goal from the penalty spot in Real's 4-1 win in extra-time over Atletico Madrid in the 2014 final. The two sides have faced each other five times in the Champions League and most recently in 2014. Nobody expected us to be here but we are because we are Liverpool.

Van Dijk will have the task of stopping Cristiano Ronaldo scoring in a fourth Champions League final, but the defender says he signed up to play in such pressure situations when he agreed to join Liverpool. "Not only are we a really good football team, it's in the club's DNA to go for the big things".

LFCTV GO will be the place to enjoy goals, highlights, match action and more from the game, as well as post-match interviews, the manager's press conference, and reaction from the ground and back at home. He's shown that this year and he's got a... As a Muslim, he has observed Ramadan since May 16, but Klopp refused to discuss whether the Egyptian would fast during daylight hours before the final. Then I look at the 2005 Champions League final in Istanbul, when Liverpool came from 3-0 down at half-time against AC Milan to pull off the most incredible win we will ever see in a final of that magnitude. "The fact we can make history is a unique privilege", Ramos said.