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Saturday, May 28, 2022

"I was born in refugee camp after my family fled war" - Real Madrid player, Eduardo Camavinga, says as becomes UCL winner

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Real Madrid footballer, Eduardo Camavinga, has said that his family had fled from war in Angola and ran to France. (Read More Here).

Yesterday, his family took pictures with him after his club became the UCL winner after defeating Liverpool. 

Eduardo Camavinga says:
"I was born in a refugee camp in Angola after my family fled war. My parents brought me to a new life in France and football has brought me to the Champions League final. I'm grateful to play and proud to do so as a former refugee."

Mohamed Salah was next to test the Belgian, with Trent Alexander-Arnold finding him inside the penalty area with a cross, yet the Egyptian could get proper contact on the header, and it floated into Courtois' grasp.

Los Blancos thought they had scored the opening goal in the final minute of the first-half when Karim Benzema took advantage of a mix-up between Alisson Becker and Ibrahima Konate. The Frenchman rolled the ball into an empty net, but the flag went up immediately.

They have done it. Real Madrid capped off a miracle season by defeating Liverpool 1-0 in the Champions League Final, becoming 14-time champions to increase their all-time lead of the world’s most prestigious club footballing competition.

Madridistas were nervous with all the pressure the world-class Liverpool side put them under, and they were incensed by the disallowed goal against Karim Benzema.

Vinicius scores
In the 59th minute of play, Real Madrid did take the lead, with VAR not intervening on this occasion, as Liverpool fell victim to a counter-attack.

Los Merengues broke forward and a cross was fired across the box by Federico Valverde which found Vinicius Jr open at the back post.

The Brazilian took full advantage of Alexander-Arnold falling asleep and converted an easy tap-in, giving the Spanish champions something to defend.

Yet, the Liverpool onslaught never came, with the English team never hitting top gear in their pursuit of the equalising goal.

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