Champions League: Real Madrid’s 47 goals in the European Cup finals

Champions League: Real Madrid's 47 goals in the European Cup finals



Champions League: Real Madrid's 47 goals in the European Cup finals

end 1956

Stade de Reims-Real Madrid 3-4 Goal 2-2 Joseíto takes a corner over the French door and Héctor Rial connects an unstoppable header. It was the tie of the match

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end 1956

Stade de Reims-Real Madrid 3-4 Goal 3-3 Marquitos picks up the ball and goes on the attack. He yields to Marsal, whose shot Jacquet rejects. Marquitos clinches the play and celebrates the goal.

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end 1956

Stade de Reims-Real Madrid 3-4 Goal 3-4 There were eleven minutes to go when a run by Gento with a central midfielder culminated in an unappealable right-hander from Rial. Victory has come!

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end 1957

Real Madrid-Fiorentina Goal 1-0 Alfredo Di Stéfano from a penalty. He shot without risk and with a lot of power. Giuliano Sarti didn’t have time to catch the shot.

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end 1957

Real Madrid-Fiorentina Goal 2-0 came in one against the Real Madrid players, Gento’s speed was decisive for its achievement.

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end 1958

Real Madrid – Milan. Goal 1-1 A pass from Joseíto, Di Stéfano equalized with an unstoppable finish between two Milanese defenders.

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Real Madrid – Milan. Goal 2-2 In the 79th minute Real Madrid got a new tie. It was Rial, at the end of an internship with Joseíto

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Real Madrid – Milan. Goal 3-2 Kopa passed to Di Stéfano and he extended towards Gento. Fontana slipped and the white outside took advantage of it to shoot cross and hard

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end 1959

2-0 Real Madrid – Stade de Reims. Goal 1-0 In the first madridista attack, Mateos goes deep to the left and crosses the ball to goalkeeper Colonna.

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end 1959

2-0 Real Madrid – Stade de Reims. Goal 2-0 It was also in the first attack of the second half when Di Stéfano hit the target with a long shot.

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end 1960

3-7 Eintracht Frankfurt-Real Madrid. Goal 1-1 Goal by Alfredo Di Stéfano

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end 1960

3-7 Eintracht Frankfurt-Real Madrid. Goal 1-2 Goal by Di Stéfano to a pass from Canario

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end 1960

3-7 Eintracht Frankfurt-Real Madrid. Goal 1-3 by Puskas who released a left-footed shot from the corner of the small area

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3-7 Eintracht Frankfurt-Real Madrid. Goal 1-4 the fourth came when Puskas converted a penalty.

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end 1960

3-7 Eintracht Frankfurt-Real Madrid. Goal 1-5 Puskás with a header from Gento’s pass.

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3-7 Eintracht Frankfurt-Real Madrid. Goal 2-6 Marquitos passed the ball to Puskás, who fired a very hard shot.

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3-7 Eintracht Frankfurt-Real Madrid. Goal 3-7 Di Stéfano received the ball, reached the penalty spot and scored from there.

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end 1962

3-5 Real Madrid -Benfica In the 61/62 season, Real Madrid once again managed to reach the European Cup final. But despite Puskás’ hat-trick, a brace by Eusébio broke the 3-3 lead and gave Benfica their first title.

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end 1964

3-1 Inter-Real Madrid. Madrid returned to stay at the gates again in this final. Veterans like Di Stéfano and Puskás were overshadowed by Inter players Mazzola and Aurelio Milani who gave Inter a two-goal lead, and although Felo pulled one back, Mazzola’s second goal secured the Italian victory.

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end 1966

2-1 Real Madrid-Partizan. Goal 1-1 Sanchis, after a corner kick by Partizán, takes the ball and passes it to Grosso, who in turn passes it to Amancio; he advances, filters between two Yugoslav defenders and with a cross shot beats goalkeeper Soskic who had already started the exit.

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2-1 Real Madrid-Partizan. Goal 2-1 Serena picks up a ball cleared by Soskic on the edge of the area after a cross from Gento and releases a shot that enters the top corner. The Yugoslav goalkeeper, crouched down, contemplates the ball inside his goal, while the madridistas celebrate the goal that will give them the title

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end 1998

Real Madrid-Juventus. Goal 1-0 by Mijatovic, this single goal was enough to give Madrid its seventh title,

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end 2000

3-0 Real Madrid-Valencia. Goal 1-0 Michel Salgado received a ball from Anelka inside the area and crossed to the second post, where Fernando Morientes headed at pleasure

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end 2000

3-0 Real Madrid-Valencia. Goal 2-0 Roberto Carlos took a long throw-in, headed Djukic and McManaman, without dropping the ball, slammed it into the net from the edge of the area.

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end 2000

3-0 Real Madrid-Valencia. Goal 3-0 Long pass from Savio to Raúl who, after traveling 50 meters alone, broke Cañizares and scored the third and final goal of the final

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end 2002

2-1 Real Madrid – Bayer Leverkusen. Goal 1-0 Roberto Carlos quickly takes Raúl out of the wing who, after a blunder by the German defense, beats Butt with a cross shot.

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2-1 Real Madrid – Bayer Leverkusen. Goal 2-1 Pass from Solari to Roberto Carlos, who advances and takes out a balloon. Zidane begins to arm his leg and achieves the perfect timing to beat Butt’s goal with a sensational volley. A goal that went down in football history.

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end 2014

4-1 Real Madrid – Atletico Madrid. Goal 1-1 Sergio Ramos with a header

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4-1 Real Madrid – Atletico Madrid. Goal 2-1 Gareth Bale with a header

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4-1 Real Madrid – Atletico Madrid. Goal 3-1 Marcelo

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end 2014

4-1 Real Madrid – Atletico Madrid. Goal 4-1 Cristiano Ronaldo from a penalty

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end 2016

Real Madrid-Atletico de Madrid 1-1 (5-3 in the penalty shootout). In the photo, Sergio Ramos scores 1-0.

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end 2016

Real Madrid-Atletico de Madrid 1-1 (5-3 in the penalty shootout). In the photo, Sergio Ramos scores 1-0.

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End of 2016

Real Madrid-Atletico de Madrid 1-1 (5-3 in the penalty shootout). In the photo, Lucas Vázquez scores 1-0 in the penalty shootout.

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Real Madrid-Atletico de Madrid 1-1 (5-3 in the penalty shootout). In the photo, Marcelo scores 2-1 in the penalty shootout.

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Real Madrid-Atletico de Madrid 1-1 (5-3 in the penalty shootout). In the photo, Gareth Bale scores 3-2 in the penalty shootout.

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Real Madrid-Atletico de Madrid 1-1 (5-3 in the penalty shootout). In the photo, Sergio Ramos scores 4-3 in the penalty shootout.

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Real Madrid-Atletico de Madrid 1-1 (5-3 in the penalty shootout). In the photo, Cristiano Ronaldo scores 5-3 in the penalty shootout.

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end 2017

Juventus-Real Madrid 4-1, Goal 0-1 by Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese opened the band for Carvajal, who put it back and Cristiano, after touching the ball in Bonucci, made the first

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Juventus-Real Madrid 4-1, Goal 1-2 by Casemiro. Casemiro took advantage of a loose ball from the edge of the box to beat Buffon with a right foot. The ball touched Khedira and the change of direction threw the goalkeeper off track.

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end 2017

Juventus-Real Madrid 4-1, Goal 1-3 by Cristiano Ronaldo. Modric crossed from the right and Cristiano finished off first. with this goal he became the top scorer in this Champions League.

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end 2017

Juventus-Real Madrid 4-1, Goal 1-4 by Marco Asensio. Cristiano launched a free kick from the front that crashed into the barrier. Marcelo picked up the rebound on the left, made a great personal play and gave Asensio the death pass.

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End of 2018

Real Madrid-Liverpool 3-1. Benzema opened the scoring by making it 1-0 after a mistake by goalkeeper Karius.

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End of 2018

Real Madrid-Liverpool 3-1. Real Madrid’s second goal, 2-1, was a great goal from Bale’s Chilean.

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Real Madrid-Liverpool 3-1. Bale also scored the final 3-1 in that final that Real Madrid won.

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