It was the first-ever all-English final.
The current holders up against the competition’s most successful ever team - Barcelona and Lyon go head-to-head this evening in the Women’s Champions League final. Barcelona cruised to victory 12 months ago, beating Emma Hayes’ Chelsea side 4-0, and they’ll now be looking to back that up at the end of another stellar season. The most sixth of their seven Champions League successes came in 2019, when beating Barcelona 4-1 in Budapest.
Liverpool, who have already won the domestic cup double, must beat Wolves at home on Sunday and hope leaders Manchester City falter against Aston Villa to secure the league title. "I cannot talk about pressure for the other team, but for us there is no pressure," said Klopp, whose team will also contest the Champions League final against Real Madrid in a week's time. Liverpool were beaten to the title by City on the last day of the 2018-19 season.
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