Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid 2016 UEFA Champions League Final

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Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid 2016 UEFA Champions League Final

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid 2016 UEFA Champions League Final

The 2016 UEFA Champions League Final Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid is today Saturday, 28th may 2016 at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy.

Real Madrid vs Atlético Madrid UEFA Champions League is going to be a massive game for both clubs as they will be looking to end the season with some silverware, it is also the repeat of 2014 final between the two sides where Real Madrid won their 10th European title beating Atlético in the final 4-1 thanks to extra time goals by Bale and Ronaldo. We will have the match highlights of the 2016 final right here on this page at LiveLoaded.net/category/sports.

Real Madrid vs Atlético Madrid

Event: 2016 UEFA Champions League Final.

Football Club: Real Madrid vs Atlético Madrid.

Time: 7:45pm CAT.

Date: Saturday, 28 May 2016.

Venue: San Siro, Milan, Italy.

Referee: Mark Clattenburg( England).

Match Highlight Feed: LiveLoaded.net/category/sports

Match Highlights: If you missed the live action of the game you can always tune in here for extended match text and video highlights available immediately after the game is over.

Team News:

Real Madrid
Real Madrid are going into the game on the back of a getting a scare as Ronaldo left the training on Tuesday morning with some injury. His inclusion in the final squad is doubt but Real Madrid will make a decision on the day of the final assessing Ronaldo’s fitness. Gareth Bale and Benzema both are fit and should start while Zidane’s has to make big decisions who to start with in midfield as Kroos and Modric are both expected to start and we might see either Casemiro or more attacking player Isco starting alongside them.

Atletico Madrid
Atletico Madrid on the other hand is a solid side at the back but their recent form see them struggle in front of goal. They also have several injury worries with central defender Savic ruled out of Madrid derby. Antoine Griezmann is likely to start upfront with resurgent Fernando Torres while a packed midfield of Koke, Gabi, Saul and Augusto to lineup in four man midfield.

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