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Champions League final: Ronaldo reveals what win over Liverpool means



Real Madrid forward, Cristiano Ronaldo has said it would be “damn great” to win a fifth career Champions League medal.

The LaLiga champions face Liverpool in Saturday’s final in Kiev, Ukraine, seeking to clinch it for the third consecutive year.

Ronaldo won his first Champions League with Manchester United in 2008, adding three more as Madrid lifted the trophy in 2014, 2016 and 2017.


“It would be an historic moment,” he told Real Madrid TV on Tuesday.

“We are excited – the whole team. We do not realise completely the history we are making, and maybe that is best so people remain focused on the game.

“Later, if all goes well, we will go down in history. I am confident, feeling good, and my teammates [are] too. To win a fifth would be damn great.”


Paco Gento, a Madrid winger in the 1950s and 1960s, is the only player to have won the European Cup six times.

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