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Champions League final: Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid player ratings - who comes out on top?
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The two La Liga sides will meet in Milan on Saturday in a rematch of the final, which Real Madrid won after extra-time. The Spanish giants are the most successful team in the history of the competition but have beaten Saturday's opponents just once in their last 10 meetings. Diego Simeone's Atletico appear to have Real's number and their extra-time defeat in the Champions League final will only serve as extra motivation for the Rojiblancos. BT Sport are broadcasting the match free of charge. Here are five ways you can watch it. Mirror Football will be running a LIVE blog so you can keep up with proceedings if you can't get near a television. Real Madrid: Raphael Varane is the only player from either team to be ruled out of the match.
The Frenchman struck in the 53rd minute to inflict a fourth league derby defeat in six games on the Merengues, who have not managed to beat their local rivals in the Primera Division since Atletico were just about worthy winners of a typically tense and tight derby, although Real felt they should have been awarded a penalty in the second half for a trip by Atleti captain Gabi on Danilo. Real had scored 20 goals in their previous four matches at the Bernabeu but have been chaotic of late in defence, conceding 24 goals throughout the season. Atletico, meanwhile, boast by far the best back line in the league but have left much to be desired at the other end, failing to score in four of their last eight matches. They had scored just 35 goals all season in the league, less than half of Real's tally.
It was the second time in the tournament's history that both finalists were from the same city. Real Madrid won 5—3 on a penalty shoot-out after a 1—1 draw at the end of extra time, securing a record-extending 11th title in the competition. The San Siro was built in , opened in as the home of Milan , and was sold to the city in Internazionale became tenants in , and the stadium has been shared by the two clubs ever since, with Inter winning the first European Cup final played at the stadium in Its current capacity is 80,, but is reduced to just under 80, seats for UEFA competitions. The final marked the first time a final has been held at the San Siro when neither of its tenants were able to win the competition, as Milan and Internazionale both failed to qualify for any European competitions after their performance in the —15 Serie A. This final was the sixth tournament final to feature two teams from the same association,  the third all-Spanish final, and the second between teams from the same city, fielding exactly the two teams that faced each other in the final , making it the seventh repeated final pairing.
Sergio Ramos gave Real an early lead with a controversial goal, as the Spaniard appeared to be offside, and Los Blancos largely controlled the first half. Atletico came out firing after half-time, however, and Antoine Griezmann missed a penalty just minutes after the break. Real had a handful of chances to double their lead but failed to make the most of them, and Yannick Carrasco bagged an equaliser with 11 minutes to play. Extra time didn't result in any more goals, which led to penalties. With his side down , Juanfran struck the post, and Cristiano Ronaldo converted the final penalty to hand his team the title.
Real Madrid won their 11th European Cup, beating neighbours Atletico in the final for the second time in three seasons. Cristiano Ronaldo scored the winning penalty in a shoot-out to give Real Madrid victory over neighbours Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final, which finished after extra-time in Milan on Saturday. Ronaldo sent goalkeeper Jan Oblak the wrong way from the spot, sealing a shoot-out win, then stripped off his shirt to celebrate with Real fans behind the goal. The Portuguese forward's spot-kick was decisive after Atletico defender Juanfran struck the post with his team's fourth kick. Real's record-extending 11th European title also denied their city rival the most coveted trophy in club football for the second time in three years.
Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid: 11 things you need to know ahead of the Champions League final
Real Madrid-Atletico UEFA Champions League 2015/16 Final
Atletico Madrid win at Real Madrid through Antoine Griezmann goal