Real Madrid staged an impressive comeback against Bayern Munich with heart to reach the Champions League final on Wednesday, with Joselu scoring twice in the dying minutes to give them a 2-1 win and progress 4-3 on aggregate. offers Champions League Final Tickets at the best prices. Football fans can buy Champions League Final Tickets exclusively at discounted prices.

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Alphonso Davies gave the German giants a second-half lead but Madrid’s record 14-time winner staged a sensational comeback with goals from Joselu in the 88th and 91st minutes. Spanish champions Real Madrid will face fellow German side Borussia Dortmund in the Wembley final on June 1 after they stunned a team they call their “black beast”.

It’s something magical, there’s no explanation for it, said Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti as he enjoyed another exciting evening in the Spanish capital. Journeyman striker and substitute Joselu etched his name into the Madrid history books with his late brace to give the returning kings of Europe another memorable evening.

“(The return) was with feeling and heart, as the coach told us – you have to win matches with your heart, Joselu said. Madrid enjoyed the match but it looked as if Davies’ superb strike would have ensured a repeat of the 2013 all-German final in London.”

Instead, Joselu sent Bayern into their first trophyless season since 2012, his first goal coming after an error by Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who had been superbly keeping Madrid at bay up to that point. (Before) there were world-class saves after world-class saves, but this can happen, this is football,” Bayern defender Matthijs de Ligt said.

Champions League Final – Early Dominance: Hosts’ Strong Start

Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel made three changes in the first leg, replacing veterans Thomas Muller and Leon Goretzka, but the hosts dominated the early stages. Neuer made a superb double save to prevent Madrid from taking the lead, guiding Vinicius Junior’s electric shot onto the post and then parrying Rodrigo’s effort.

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Bayern’s Serge Gnabry limped off injured and Davies replaced him before England captain Harry Kane first sensed danger, but Andrei Lunin fired a brutal volley wide of the post. Neuer converted Vinicius’ free-kick as the teams completed a tense and frantic first half.

The second period was no less eventful: Davis’ cross bounced onto the roof of Lunin’s goal. Vinicius was unplayable on Madrid’s left flank and Rodrigo fired low at the far post. Neuer, 38, made superb saves to prevent both Brazilian strikers from increasing the pressure before the hour mark.

However, as in Munich, when Los Blancos were in their best form, Bayern attacked. Canada’s Davis took a shot from the left flank in the 68th minute and fired past Lunin into the top corner. Madrid thought they had equalized moments later through Nacho, but after a VAR review the strike was ruled out as the defender grabbed Joshua Kimmich in the face before he struck.

Tuchel sent off Kane, still chasing the first trophy of his career, in the closing stages to try to hold on for victory but it slipped through his grasp as Madrid made deeper European memories. Ancelotti, sacked by Bayern in 2017, has kept Madrid players engaged throughout the season and paid dividends at critical moments.

Neuer’s Mistake: Madrid Seizes the Opportunity ahead of Champions League Final

Neuer, who had been excellent up to this point, botched what looked like a simple shot from Vinicius and substitute Joselu gratefully tapped the ball home from close range. We had one foot in London and saw that we were reaching the final, the goalkeeper lamented.

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As Bayern faltered, Madrid struck decisively again. It was Joselu again, a striker on loan from second-division side Espanyol, who turned home after Antonio Rudiger handed him the ball back. You can also read Champions League Final Assured: Late Joselu Double Sparks Stunning Comeback for Real Madrid VS Bayern.

The goal was ruled offside, but the referees overturned the decision after review and almost 15 minutes into stoppage time gave Madrid the chance to challenge for their 15th Champions League trophy. We often look dead and buried, but we have a mentality: never say die, said Real Madrid midfielder Jude Bellingham.Bayern continued to rage after De Ligt scored, but the game was stopped early for offside against Noussair Mazraoui.

“I don’t want to say that with Real Madrid it’s always the referee’s fault, but today that’s what made the difference, grumbled De Ligt, saying the game should have been allowed to continue. It’s bitter, absolutely bitter, Tuchel said.”

Player Ratings 2024 UEFA Champions League Final

Real Madrid made another dramatic late comeback to secure passage to the Champions League final.

Andriy Lunin—7: Did everything he needed to do on the night – four saves, two from inside the box and a successful late tackle to seal the win.

Dani Carvajal—7.5: The Real Madrid academy striker is preparing for his sixth Champions League final! Defended well against Gnarby, Musiala and Davis.

Rudiger—8.5: Another strong defensive performance from the center of Madrid’s back line. Fights for every ball as if it were the last. He provided the assist to Josel, who won the game, by finding himself in the penalty area and crossing with his left foot just outside the Bayern goal.

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Nacho—7.5: I made almost no mistakes the entire match. Got ahead of Sane in the first half, which was supposed to be Bayern’s break, and kept the score level. Score the winning goal by feeding Rudiger, who then found Joselu.

Ferland Mendy—7: Leroy Sane was Bayern’s biggest threat in the two legs and the Frenchman was up to the task in the second leg. It was Ferland Mendy who was the only defender in a 3v1 situation late in the game, and his defense in this sequence kept Madrid in the match.

Tchouameni—6: Long distances had to covered whenever Bayern wanted to hit back. It wasn’t the midfielder’s best match, but it made possession easier and helped Madrid maintain control of the ball for most of the game.

Fede Valverde—6:  Like Tchouameni, he wasn’t at his best level but was hoping to take advantage of his athleticism against Pavlovic.

Toni Kroos: Masterclass in Midfield

Toni Kroos—9: Another masterclass from Toni Kroos in one of the biggest games of the season. Game record: 4 key passes, 112 touches, 95/101 passes completed, 18/20 long balls and countless decisive kicks or defensive interceptions. Everything went through the legs of Toni Kroos – the heartbeat of this Madrid team.

Jude Bellingham—6.5: His evening will remembered more for his defensive work and relentless work rate than his offensive contribution. Make some well-timed attacks just outside the Madrid penalty area to deny Bayern any scoring opportunities.

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Rodrygo—5: A tough night for the Brazilian, who missed two big chances, both created by his compatriot Vini Jr.

Vinicius Junior—9: Man of the match. The best player on the field along with Toni Kroos. The Brazilian was relentless. Completed 7 dribbles, most of which were on Kimmich and De Ligt. He did everything in his power to get his beloved Madrid over the finish line and into the final. He would have scored a couple of goals himself if Neuer had not made several heroic saves. It was one such save from Vinicius’ shot that went well and led to Joselu’s equalizer. The Brazilian always performs on the biggest stage and the brightest evenings.


Luka Modric—7.5: Bringing the necessary energy needed when replacing Kroos, increased the urgency and improved Madrid’s rhythm late in the second half to turn the tide. He burst his lung in the last minutes of the match, fought back and eliminated Bayern in the return match 3 on 1.

Eduardo Camavinga—6.5: Double change with Modric to freshen up Madrid’s midfield and try to turn the game around.

Joselu—9: One of the greatest nights of Joselu’s life. A night he will never forget. An 88th-minute goal leveled the scores, followed by a stoppage-time goal two minutes later to send Madrid to Wembley for their 15th European Cup final. Historical.

Brahim Diaz—N/A:  Took the lead with Joselu for the final 10 minutes of the match.

Eder Militao—N/A: Came on as a substitute in the 100th minute to add defensive depth and save time.

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