Thousands of football fans have flocked to the German capital for the tonight Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus. Over 70,000 football fans watched the game at the city’s Olympic stadium tonight which was the home of the 1936 Olympics and the 2006 World Cup final. And millions of enthusiastic spectators on the screens around the world watched the two best European football teams.
A thrilling final was eventually won by Barcelona, second-half goals from Luis Suárez and Neymar giving them the trophy for the fifth time in their history. FC Barcelona have been crowned European champions for the fifth time – and the fourth in the past ten years – after seeing off a determined Juventus challenge in Berlin.
In an unusually open start to a final, Ivan Rakitić scored in the fourth minute for Barcelona. Álvaro Morata drew level ten minutes into the second half. Luis Suárez restored their advantage at 68th minute and, with Juve throwing everything forward, Neymar blasted in a third with the final kick of the game (90+7).