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Vieira Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League final. In the second quarter semi – finals, they beat Vieira by three goals to two to advance to the final. Liverpool’s comeback came after two goals. The winner of today’s match between Real Madrid and Manchester City will be Liverpool’s opponents in the final. The arrival of substitute Luis Diaz helped Liverpool win the game.

Liverpool were shocked when Vieira took a two-goal lead in the first half of the second half. Vieira took the lead in the third minute through Bulo Dia. In the 41st minute, Francis Coquil shook the net again for Vieira. Liverpool attacked from the start of the second half to find the back of the net in the 62nd minute. Fabinho’s goal from an assist by Mohamed Salah. The goal came from an error by Vieira goalkeeper Rule.

Liverpool lead again in aggregate. Liverpool took a two-goal lead at the aggregate with a second-half equalizer in the fifth minute. Luis Diaz scored for Liverpool. In the 74th minute, superstar Sadio Mane’s goal sealed the victory for Liverpool.

Real Madrid will face Manchester City in the second quarter of the Champions League today. Manchester City’s victory in the first quarter as they enter the match at the Royal Home Ground. The Santiago Bernabeu is the second installment of a seven-goal Etihad thriller. Manchester City will face Real Madrid in the confidence of a one-goal lead. Despite winning 4–3 at home, City were unable to hold on to the Royals’ lead. John Stones’ injury will also be a headache. The match will be played at 12.30 pm.

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English Summary: Game-changer Diaz leads Liverpool to yet another Champions League final

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