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The –03 UEFA Champions League was the 11th season of UEFA’s premier European –08 · –09 · –10 · –11 · –12 · –13 · –14 · –15 · –16 · –17 · –18 · –19 · – Finals. Giocatori, Squadre, Presenze, Gol. 1, Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus · Juventus, 0, 2, Diego Costa Atlético Madrid, Atlético Madrid, 9, 8. -, Lionel Messi. Seven Real Madrid players await their Champions League debuts the /14 season returned to play in Lisbon’s Champions League final.

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T he whole world will be watching the Champions League final this Saturday, and that includes all of the footballing statisticians, who’ll be keen to see what new pieces of information the match comes up with.

Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid. Keepers must play at least 28 games of 60 or more minutes to be eligible for the trophy.

With six goals each, Liverpool and Chelsea have netted the most goals from outside the area this season.

It is the ninth time that a match-up in the final of the European Cup has been repeated. Retrieved 3 July In other projects Champiom Commons.


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Archived from the original on 2 July Team Discipline — —14″. Sergio Ramos is the fifth highest scoring defender in Champions League history. Jagoba Arrasate Realaren entrenatzaile berria” [Official statement: La Liga official website. The game ended in a draw, giving the Colchoneros their first league title in 18 years, and their tenth overall. This page was last edited on 11 Decemberat Manchester United’s Ruud van Nistelrooy was again the top scorer, scoring 12 goals over the two group stages and knockout stage, in addition to two goals he had scored in the qualifying phase, although his side bowed out in the quarter-finals and missed out on the chance of playing in a final at their own stadium.

For the first time since and just the third time in league history, the La Liga title came down to a head-to-head match on the final weekend of play.

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Old TraffordManchester. It was the first time since the —04 La Liga that a club other than Barcelona or Real Madrid, which finished tied for second, won the title. La Liga seasons —14 in Spanish football leagues —14 in European association football leagues. Earlier in the season, Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick as Barcelona ended a match unbeaten streak for Real Madrid. Retrieved 2 December Retrieved from ” https: Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.


Cristiano Ronaldo won the league scoring title with 31 goals. Retrieved 3 May Lacturale and Nevir 2.

Messi was second and Costa third. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Not one of the players who’ll take part in this weekend’s match was born when these sides met in the final. Retrieved 19 May By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Real Madrid 7—3 Sevilla 30 October [2].

The other matches were Barcelona’s win over Arsenal inBarcelona win over Manchester United in and Barcelona’s win over Manchester United in With 17 fouls committed each, James Milner czlendario Emre Can are the players who have given away the most fouls and penalties this season.