Here are the details of the news: New sports: a positive draw in the exciting first half in the final of the champions between Real and Juventus Saturday 3 June 2017
A positive tie with a goal for each team dominated the first half of the match between Real Madrid and Juventus, Italy, in the Welsh capital, Cardiff, in the Champions League final.
The royal team advanced through Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo in the 20th minute, but the joy of the capital club only lasted for six minutes, as Juventus equalized by Croatian Mario Mandzukic.
With this goal, Real Madrid became the first team in the history of the Champions League to score 500 goals in the tournament, and the Don, with his arch-rival Lionel Messi, was equal in the number of goals in the current version of the tournament, and each of them had 11 goals.
Funchal also became the first player to score in three different finals after scoring against Chelsea in 2008, Atletico Madrid in 2014 and finally Juventus in 2017.
Juventus dominated the course of the half completely and had several opportunities in the first five minutes, but Keylor Navas deflected them brilliantly, and from a counterattack, Real managed to score his goal from Danny Carvajal’s wonderful pass to Ronaldo, who shot it directly to calm the right of Gigi Buffon.
The goal of Al Riya increased the enthusiasm of the Bianconeri players, as the Italian team intensified its attacks until it scored its goal through Mandzukc, so that the shoulders were equal again.
Al-Ratem calmed down with the last ten minutes of the match, with both teams dropping back for fear of shaking the net, and the referee blew his whistle, announcing a tie between the two teams.