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Real Madrid beat Dortmund to win record 15th Champions League title

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Real Madrid have emerged winners of the UEFA Champions League for the 15th time after beating Borussia Dortmund 2-0 in the final on Saturday night.

Aftet a goalless first half, Toni Kroos sets up the first goal on final club appearance with Dani Carvajal heading in from a brilliant cross.

The tempo of the game increased, and the Spanish giants continued to press Dortmund, and finally sealed victory when Jude Bellingham assisted Vinicius Junior for the second.

Real Madrid have now won the European Cup/Champions League trophy more than twice as many times as any other team.

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Real Madrid have 15, followed by AC Milan with seven Champions League titles, while Liverpool, Bayern Munich have six titles each.

Meanwhile, Real boss, Carlo Ancelotti has now won the Champions League as a manager five times.

Dortmund last played in the final when they lost 2-1 to Bayern Munich at the same England’s national stadium in Wembley in 2013.

Borussia Dortmund went into this Champions League final as heavy underdogs but played well enough, but unfortunately, it was eventually Real Madrid’s night.

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