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Dortmund vs. Real Madrid, who holds the cup in the last match


Marco Reus

Tony Cross

The last match for a German duo that will not be forgotten, as Wembley Stadium will witness, this evening, the last appearance of Toni Kroos, the Real Madrid star, and Marco Reus, the Borussia Dortmund star, after the first announced his retirement at the end of the current season, while the second decided that this match would be his last with Dortmund. After the end of his contract.

Dortmund vs Real Madrid

Football fans will be in for the pinnacle of the season when Borussia Dortmund meets Real Madrid in the Champions League final at 10 pm today, Saturday, at Wembley Stadium in the English capital, London.

Marco Reus

Eleven years ago, Marco Reus lost the Champions League title after Borussia Dortmund was defeated by Bayern Munich at the same stadium as today’s match. Tonight’s evening will be the last opportunity for the 34-year-old star to win the Champions League after he bid farewell to the fans of Signal Iduna Park in the last match in the league.

Royce has had a strong relationship with Dortmund since Jurgen Klopp joined him in 2012 from Mönchengladbach, after which he refused to leave after receiving more than one offer. The veteran player tops Dortmund’s top scorers in the Champions League with 24 goals, and he told the UEFA website about his departure from Dortmund, “This team means to me.” Everything, playing for one team for 12 years, has to mean something. You can't stay just because of the name or the money. You have to feel comfortable and have great teammates. The fans play a big role too. Leaving means you won't find the same thing anywhere. Another place, so you have to think a lot before making such a decision. The fans played a big role in me staying here for a long time, and I also felt my need for them, and this is an important factor.”

Tony Cross

On the other hand, Toni Kroos won the title with Bayern before his departure to Real Madrid in 2014, after which he wrote a history with Real Madrid over the course of 10 years, during which he won 22 titles, including 4 Champions League titles. Ancelotti said about his retirement, “I hope that Kroos will end his career.” With a new title in the Champions League, but his career does not need that to enter history, as he is a truly amazing player. He has a place in the history of Real Madrid and football even without adding a new title.”

Regarding the reason for his retirement, Cross said, “I have always wanted to retire while I am at the top, so that I am not forced to retire and have those who love me tell me that I should retire.”

Marco Reus is a German football player who currently plays for the German first division club Borussia Dortmund since 2012 in the attacking midfield and winger positions. He was called up on May 12, 2011 by German coach Joachim Loew to be part of the German national football team.

Marco Reus is considered one of the promising young players and one of the new generation of the German squad, whose characteristics and physical specifications have changed, after the majority of German players' characteristics were height and physical strength, which took away from the players' agility and agility.

Marco Reus was born in Dortmund on May 31, 1989. He started playing football for his hometown club Post SV Dortmund in 1994 and joined the youth ranks.

Borussia Dortmund In 1996, he played for Borussia Dortmund until he joined the Rot-Weiss Ahlen under-19 team in the summer of 2006. During his first year there he played as an attacking midfielder and appeared in five matches for the second team, which was playing in the Westphalia League at that time. Time, scoring a goal in each of his first two matches, the following year he was able to join the first team of Rot-Weiss Ahlen, which was playing in the German League.

Third division at the time, and he appeared in 14 matches and scored two goals. One of his goals came on the last day of the season and propelled the team to the promotion to the German second division. In the 2008/09 season, when he was 19 years old, he achieved success as a professional footballer. He played 27 matches, scoring four and making three goals.

Toni Kroos is a German footballer who plays as a midfielder for Real Madrid in the Spanish League. Kroos primarily plays as a midfielder, but can also play as a defensive midfielder or playmaker. He is widely considered one of the best midfielders in the world.

Kroos began his senior career with Bayern Munich, where he made his debut at the age of 17 in 2007. He played sporadically, and soon opted for an 18-month loan spell with German club Bayer Leverkusen, where he became a regular starter, returning to his parent club in 2010. Kroos then became indispensable to the Bavarian club, and was crucial to their many successes, including two consecutive league titles, a Champions League title, and two German Cup titles. He was also selected in the league team of the season three times, before moving to Spain to join Real Madrid in 2014, for 25 million euros.

At Madrid, Kroos became a vital part of the team under coaches Carlo Ancelotti and Zinedine Zidane, helping Real Madrid win three consecutive Champions League titles from 2015–16 to 2017–18, in all of which he was named in the Team of the Season. He also contributed greatly as the club won the Spanish League title in 2017, and was also named to the Team of the Season, as well as another league title in 2020.

 Kroos was also named to both the FIFPro and UEFA Team of the Year awards in 2016 and 2017, and has won other trophies, including five Club World Cup titles. In 2018, Kroos was named Germany's Player of the Year by a selected group of journalists and media professionals from Kicker newspaper.

After a successful international career with the youth groups, during which he won the Golden Player Award and finished as the best scorer in the 2006 European Under-17 Championship, and won the Golden Ball Award for the best player in the 2007 Under-17 World Cup, Kroos played his first match with the senior national team in 2010. He scored his first international goal in 2011

In a friendly match against Poland, and since then he has been the key to the national team, participating in every major tournament that Germany has qualified for, starting with the 2010 World Cup year. In 2014, Kroos led his country to win the World Cup that year, where he was the best passer. Assists and was selected to the All-Star Team and the Dream Team. He also won the title of best German player. At UEFA Euro 2016, Kroos was named to the Team of the Tournament. He announced his international retirement after his national team's exit from the 2020 European Championship in 2021.

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