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Champions League final 2019
Team : Tottenham vs Liverpool
Date : Tuesday, June 1, 2019
Time : 3:00 PM ET
Tottenham and Liverpool meet in Madrid tonight for the first all-English Champions League final since 2008 when Manchester United triumphed over Chelsea on penalties.
Neither Jurgen Klopp nor Mauricio Pochettino have won a major trophy at their respective clubs but one of them will be able to shake off that criticism by close of play at Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
Liverpool reached last year’s Champions League final, only to lose 3-1 to Real Madrid after losing Mohamed Salah to a shoulder injury in the first-half.
Victory would be Liverpool’s sixth European Cup, while Spurs are playing in their first ever European Cup final. Here are all the ways you can watch it.
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Harry Winks is on the cusp of experiencing something he did not even dare dream about when he was growing up as a Tottenham supporter.
The midfielder has overcome a groin injury, which needed surgery and has kept him out since early April, and looks set to be involved in Spurs’ Champions League final encounter against Liverpool in Madrid.
Winks, whose family are all lifelong Tottenham fans, played a small part in a big European night for Spurs nine years ago, when he was a flag-bearer ahead of the 2010 Champions League quarter-final against Real Madrid.
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“To be part of a team that has got to the Champions League final with Tottenham is something, honestly, I would never have dreamt of doing. To have the opportunity to say that.
“But to have been a part of the team and to have played as many games as I have done in the Champions League, to be part of this amazing side and this incredible era for Tottenham, honestly, it’s a true privilege.
“I am humbled to have the opportunity to do that and if we can go all the way then we’ll make history and it will be fantastic.Harry Winks will be player and fan for Tottenham tonight Credit: Getty Images
“It’s something that we believe we can do as well.”
“We’ve had seasons where we’ve been excellent and others where we have underperformed. Since the gaffer has come in, he’s made us a solid top-four side and one to be taken very, very seriously in Europe.
“As a Spurs fan, growing up from a little boy, I’ve seen that transition. What the manager has done to the club and how far he has taken everyone, not only as players but as people, honestly, it’s incredible to have seen.
“I’ve been there, I’ve watched them from the stands at White Hart Lane and been to the games when I was a kid, so I know exactly how the transition of Spurs has been, and the growth the club has had.
“And it’s only going to go one way in my opinion, and that’s even higher and better.”
Tottenham vs Liverpool live: Madrid fan zones full ahead of Champions League final kick off time
Alasdair Gold and Rob Guest will be providing the latest updates from Madrid throughout the day and live commentary from the Wanda Metropolitano during the Champions League final between Spurs and Liverpool
At around 7.50pm that Champions League anthem is going to drop and it may even have sunk in by then – Spurs are in the Champions League final!
Spurs come into the game after a thrilling run that has defied expectations on seemingly every gameweek. A difficult group stage saw them finish second to Barcelona – beating PSV and Inter to the knockout rounds when they seemed all but out following two defeats and a draw in their opening three games.
Poch’s side will face a Liverpool team looking not just for glory but for absolution. A common theme coming from their squad has been talk of making up for losing in last year’s final against Real Madrid.