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Champions League Final LIVE: Man City complete Treble after victory over Inter

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City complete the Treble after a tense 1-0 win over Inter in the Champions League Final in Istanbul.

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That's all from us tonight as Man City create history to claim their first ever Champions League crown and complete the Treble in the process.

It was far from a vintage display from City against Inter in Istanbul on the night, but Pep Guardiola's charges showed all of their steel and fight to get over the line.

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Man City become eighth treble winners

Man City become just the eighth side in history to complete a domestic league, cup and Champions League treble in a single season.

After winning the Premier League for the third straight season, City's 2-1 FA Cup Final victory over Manchester United and 1-0 Champions League triumph over Inter means they have now joined the illustrious group of clubs.

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Full-time (Man City 1-0 Inter)
City do the Treble!


Well there we have it...

It's full-time at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium and Man City are champions of Europe and Treble winners!

History is made in Istanbul as City claim the club's first ever Champions League crown, and become only the eighth team in football history to claim a treble of trophies in a single season.

It was far from a vintage display from the Citizens on the night, with a spirited performance from Inter successfully knocking their English counterparts off their stride for large periods of the match.

City showed what true champions are made of, however, digging in and continuing to fight for each other until the very end.

It is Rodri who will forever be remembered as the man who sealed the treble for City, with his drilled effort in the 68th minute ultimately proving the difference in the Champions League Final.

Perhaps it was Ederson who was the true matchwinner on the night though, with the Brazilian keeper pulling off an outrageous save from a Lukaku header from point-blank range late on.

It's jubilation for City and their supporters out there in Istanbul, after a truly spectacular season from Pep Guardiola's charges.

Ederson makes incredible save from Lukaku!

Oh my word! Inter go desperately close to finding an equaliser with Man City goalkeeper Ederson producing unbelievable reactions to keep out a Lukaku header from point-blank range.

It's the kind of moment which makes you truly believe this is to finally be City's year to break their Champions League duck.

Lukaku will be wondering how on Earth he hasn't found the net from there.

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Foden forces Onana into action

City have knocked the ball about with aplomb since taking the lead, with Phil Foden finding himself through on goal after a sensational turn before his effort from inside the box is comfortably saved by the impressive Onana.

City certainly look capable of finding a killer second goal here, as Inter begin to look leggy after an intense pressing performance from the Italians in this Champions League Final.

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Inter go close through Dimarco!

Wow... Inter go close to an equaliser with left wing-back Federico Dimarco hitting the bar with a header from inside the box.

Dimarco can't believe his misfortune as his rebounded effort is blocked by his own teammate Romelu Lukaku, with Man City perhaps lucky to still be in front.

You can't take your eyes off this Champions League final now with just over 15 minutes remaining.

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GOAL! Man City 1-0 Inter (Rodri)


Man City make the breakthrough in the Champions League Final!

Manuel Akanji threads a delightful through ball into the path of the fleet-footed Bernardo Silva, whose cut-back from inside the box lands perfectly for Rodri to drill the ball into the back of the net.

It's a huge goal for Pep Guardiola's side, with Inter now forced to come out of their shell in an attempt to find an equaliser.

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Chance for Inter after City defensive mix-up

Inter almost profit from a mix-up at the back between Manuel Akanji and Ederson for Man City, but Lautaro Martinez fails to direct his effort past the Brazilian in goal for the Premier League champions.

It's another example of Inter's high press proving unsettling for Pep Guardiola's usually calm and composed side.

This final is really start to heat up now in Istanbul as both sides strive to get their noses in front.

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Lukaku on in place of Dzeko

Romelu Lukaku replaces Edin Dzeko in attack for Inter after just under an hour of the game played.

On-loan from Chelsea, 30-year-old Lukaku will certainly have a point to prove having struggled for form and with injuries in recent years.

The Belgian is currently priced at 14/1 to score the first goal in this Champions League Final.

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Second half underway

The second half of this evenly poised Champions League Final has kicked off, with Man City and Inter still locked at 0-0 in Istanbul.

Pep Guardiola's men will hope to make an early breakthrough to settle their nerves in the second period, against a stuffy Inter side who were able to give as good as they got in the first half.

City will be forced to find a way to their first ever Champions League triumph without the services of one of their star players Kevin De Bruyne following his withdrawal through injury in the first half, with England international Phil Foden now granted the opportunity to be the hero in his place.

Latest 'To Win the Trophy' odds:

Man City - 3/10
Inter - 5/2

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Half-time (Man City 0-0 Inter)


It's all square at the break in the Champions League Final between Man City and Inter, with the Italians successfully frustrating Pep Guardiola's charges so far with an almost faultless performance off the ball.

Inter have been organised and supremely diligent defensively, pressing City high and hunting in packs.

Simone Inzaghi's game plan has worked to a tee so far, and they will have been further buoyed by the unfortunate injury suffered by key City man Kevin De Bruyne in the first half which resulted in the Belgian being replaced by Phil Foden.

Despite City's struggle to get a stranglehold of the game, they still created the most dangerous opening of the first half, with Erling Haaland presented a promising chance to score from a De Bruyne through ball before seeing his low effort saved well by Onana in the Inter goal.

Pep Guardiola will undoubtedly be feeling more anxious than he did at kick-off, but it goes without saying that this outstanding City side will still back themselves to improve in the second half and find a breakthrough.

It's been a compelling tactical battle thus far, and it remains very much all to play for ahead of the second half in Istanbul.

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Injured De Bruyne replaced by Foden

It's heartbreak for Man City's Kevin De Bruyne with the Belgian playmaker forced to leave the field due to injury in the Champions League final for the second time in his career, with Phil Foden coming on in his place.

The 31-year-old looks disconsolate as he trudges off the field, and now City boss Guardiola will be forced to alter his tactical approach with the introduction of Foden in this Champions League Final.

Foden is 5/1 to score at Anytime in the Champions League Final.

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Haaland forces smart stop from Onana

City create the best chance of the match so far as De Bruyne slips in Haaland inside the box, with the Norwegian firing a low effort towards goal which is smartly saved by Onana.

It's the first time we have seen the combination of De Bruyne and Haaland at full tandem thus far, with the pair demonstrating just how dangerous they can be if provided space.

This of course means the pre-match Super Boost of Haaland to have a shot on target at odds of Evens has landed!

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1st Goal market

We may just have a closer final than anticipated here, with Inter employing a high-pressing game which has proven successful so far as City struggle to find their rhythm.

Of course it will be difficult to keep this City side at bay for 90 minutes, with a team comprised of world-class stars who can alter the flow of a match in any moment.

Here are the latest '1st Goal' odds for the Champions League Final:

Man City - 4/7
No 1st Goal - 9/2
Inter - 9/4

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Subdued start from City

Any expectations of City steamrolling this Inter side in the Champions League Final have eroded in the opening exchanges of this showdown, with Pep Guardiola's side so far struggling to find their groove.

It's been an assured start from the Italians, who have already forced a couple of set-pieces in dangerous areas thus far.

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First Goalscorer odds

It's been a relatively cagey start to proceedings in the Champions League Final, so why don't you cast your eyes over the latest odds in the First Goalscorer market?

Selected 1st Goalscorer odds:

Man City:

Erling Haaland - 11/5
Kevin De Bruyne - 17/2
Jack Grealish - 17/2
Ilkay Gundogan - 17/2
Bernardo Silva - 11/1


Lautaro Martinez - 10/1
Edin Dzeko - 11/1
Nicolo Barella - 16/1

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Underway in Istanbul...

World Cup Kick Off

The Champions League Final between Man City and Inter is now underway at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul.

Pep Guardiola's side stand just one victory away from becoming only the second English side ever to win the treble of the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup in the same campaign, after Sir Alex Ferguson's famous Man United team of 1999.

Standing in their way is an organised Inter outfit led by manager Simone Inzaghi, who has remarkably won his last seven cup finals in the dugout.

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Man City and Inter's Paths to the Final

Man City and Inter have both faced difficult tests on the way to tonight's Champions League Final, with Pep Guardiola's side knocking out 14-time winners Real Madrid and six-time winners Bayern Munich in the two previous rounds, and Inter forced to get by their fierce rivals Milan in the final four.

Let's take a look at both teams' journey to Istanbul, starting from the knockout rounds:

Round of 16:

RB Leipzig 1-1 Man City
Man City 7-0 RB Leipzig
Inter 1-0 Porto
Porto 0-0 Inter


Man City 3-0 Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich 1-1 Man City
Benfica 0-2 Inter
Inter 3-3 Benfica


Real Madrid 1-1 Man City
Man City 4-0 Real Madrid
Milan 0-2 Inter
Inter 1-0 Milan

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Player of the Match odds

Kick-off at Istanbul is now just around the corner as Man City and Inter run through their final preparations before vying for glory in the biggest match in European club football.

Both sides have world-class talent capable of turning the match in their favour tonight. Let's take a look at the latest odds in the Player of the Match market for both teams:

Selected Player of the Match odds:

Man City:
Erling Haaland - 4/1
Kevin De Bruyne - 4/1
Ilkay Gundogan - 7/1
Bernardo Silva - 7/1
Jack Grealish - 9/1
John Stones - 14/1
Rodri - 16/1

Lautaro Martinez - 10/1
Andre Onana - 20/1
Edin Dzeko - 20/1
Hakan Calhanoglu - 20/1
Denzel Dumfries - 33/1
Nicolo Barella - 50/1

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Mark Langdon's Champions League Final tips

Fresh off the back of his hattrick of correct tips ahead of last weekend's FA Cup Final, bet365's Mark Langdon is back again aiming to replicate this feat ahead of the Champions League Final:

Mark Langdon's Champions League Final betting tips:
Man City to Win 2-0 - 6/1
Denzel Dumfries to be Booked - 2/1
John Stones Over 59/5 Player Passes - 5/6

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Team news from Istanbul...

The teams are in for this year's Champions League Final between Man City and Inter at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul...

Man City (3-2-4-1): Ederson, Akanji, Dias, Ake, Stones, Rodri, Bernardo Silva, De Bruyne, Gundogan (c), Grealish, Haaland.

Inter (3-5-2-): Onana, Darmian, Acerbi, Bastoni, Dumfries, Barella, Brozovic, Calhanoglu, Dimarco, Dzeko, Martinez.

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The last time the Champions League Final came to Istanbul...

Tonight's Champions League Final is the first time the fixture has been hosted at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul since perhaps the most famous match in the competition's history - the 2005 Final between Milan and Liverpool.

With Rafa Benitez's Liverpool side trailing 3-0 at half-time to a Milan team littered with world-class talent such as Kaka, Andrea Pirlo, Paolo Maldini and Clarence Seedorf, nobody gave the Reds any hope of claiming a fifth Champions League title.

What was to occur in the second half of the match would ensure this Final of 2005 would never be forgotten, however, with Liverpool mounting the most unlikely of comebacks to level the tie at 3-3 before prevailing on penalties.

Read the full feature article on this famous final in Istanbul here

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Champions League Final Five Key Battles

The countdown to tonight's Champions League Final in Istanbul is well and truly, with team news imminent within the next half an hour or so.

We explore five of the key individual battles which could be pivotal between City and Inter tonight:

Man City v Inter Five Key Battles:

Erling Haaland v Francesco Acerbi
Kevin De Bruyne v Marcelo Brozovic
Ruben Dias v Lautaro Martinez
Ederson v Andre Onana
Pep Guardiola v Simone Inzaghi

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Are Man City one of the best Champions League teams ever?

Having dismantled six-time Champions League winners Bayern Munich 4-1 on aggregate in the quarter-finals and 14-time winners Real Madrid 5-1 over two legs in the semi-finals, Pep Guardiola's Man City side have started to be discussed as one of the best teams the competition has ever seen.

A victory over Inter in the final would only add to such a claim, with City bidding to become only the second English outfit ever to complete the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup treble in a single season after neighbours Man United in 1999.

We take a look at some of the best teams to have won the Champions League since its rebranding in 1992.

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Record-breaker Jack Grealish chases further history

Starting all but one of City's Champions League matches en route to the final, Grealish was able to break Frank Lampard's 15-year record record for the most chances created by an English player in the competition in one season with 35 during his side's 4-0 home win over Real Madrid in the second leg of the semi-finals.

Should Grealish create at least three chances in the final against Inter, he will break the outright record in a single season currently held by Ajax technician Dusan Tadic from the 2018-19 campaign.

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Sam Matterface on Jack Grealish:

Jack Grealish Champions League Final odds:

First Goalscorer - 17/2
Anytime Goalscorer - 10/3
Over 0.5 Assists - 3/1
Player of the Match - 9/1
To be Booked - 5/1

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Inter's Class of 2010

One half of tonight's final have already achieved the treble before, with Inter winning Serie A, the Coppa Italia and the Champions League under Jose Mourinho in 2009/10,

Simone Inzaghi's side will be seeking to follow in the footsteps of this legendary Inter team in Istanbul tonight, with Mourinho's charges beating Bayern Munich 2-0 in the Champions League final at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2010 courtesy of a brace from Diego Milito.

Read our full article which analyses Inter's Class of 2010 here

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Man City aim to become eighth treble winners

Pep Guardiola's Man City are just a game away from becoming only the eighth team in history to complete a domestic league, cup and Champions League treble in a single season.

City will bid to join the following seven sides in achieving this remarkable feat:

  • Celtic (1966/67) *
  • Ajax (1971/72)
  • PSV Eindhoven (1987)
  • Manchester United (1998/99)
  • Barcelona (2008/09 & 2014/15)
  • Inter Milan (2009/10)
  • Bayern Munich (2012/13 & 2019/20)

 * - Celtic won the quadruple in 1966/67

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Edin Dzeko to haunt former employers?

With former Man City striker Edin Dzeko aiming to spoil his former side's hopes of claiming a first Champions League title whilst representing Inter tonight, we've taken a look back at some of the most notable players to have turned out for both clubs.

A Premier League winner with City in 2012 and 2014, 37-year-old Dzeko has enjoyed a terrific European campaign for Inter this season, registering four Champions League goals including a stunner opener against Milan in the first leg of the semi-finals.

Read the full list of players in our bespoke article here

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Top 10 players to have never won the Champions League...

The most craved prize in European club football, the Champions League has eluded some of the sport's finest ever players.

Man City's Kevin De Bruyne, undoubtedly one of the best midfielders on the planet over the past five years or so, will be striving to ensure this status does not befall him as the 31-year-old prepares for the second Champions League final of his career against Inter.

Read the full list of 10 players in our bespoke article here

Five biggest Champions League final upsets

Currently given odds of 11/2, Simone Inzaghi's Inter are priced as the biggest outsiders heading into a Champions League final in recent memory.

We've taken a look back at the pre-match price of Champions League winners over the past decade, dating back to Jupp Heynckes' Bayern Munich side who defeated German rivals Borussia Dortmund at Wembley in 2012/13:

  • 2021/22: Real Madrid - 11/8
  • 2020/21: Chelsea - 6/4
  • 2019/20: Bayern Munich - 4/7
  • 2018/19: Liverpool - 1/2
  • 2017/18: Real Madrid - 8/11
  • 2016/17: Real Madrid - 4/5
  • 2015/16: Real Madrid - 8/11
  • 2014/15: Barcelona - 1/3
  • 2013/14: Real Madrid - 4/7
  • 2012/13: Bayern Munich - 4/11

We have identified the five biggest Champions League final upsets in history, including Liverpool's remarkable turnaround against Milan in Istanbul in 2005.

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The history of English v Italian European finals

As Man City prepare to take on Inter in the Champions League final, we have taken a look at every previous European final between English and Italian teams.

England currently lead the head-to-head against Italy in European finals 6-4, with West Ham having the most recent bragging rights after prevailing in the Europa Conference League Final against Fiorentina on Wednesday night.

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WATCH: Champions League Final Preview Show

Watch as our expert panel of Kelly Somers, Steve Freeth, Sam Matterface and Graham Hunter give their thoughts and opinions ahead of tonight's mouth-watering Champions League final showdown between Man City and Inter.

This Preview Show runs through all of the key talking points ahead of tonight's final, with each of our panel outlining where they feel the big match will be won and lost in Istanbul. 

Welcome to Champions League Final LIVE!

Hello and welcome to our live coverage of tonight's Champions League final as Pep Guardiola's Man City go head-to-head with Italian giants Inter Milan as they seek to add the biggest prize in European football to the Premier League and FA Cup trophies they have already secured this season.

Should City prevail in tonight's showpiece in Istanbul, they will become only the second English side in history - after rivals Man United in 1999 - to win the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup treble.

Simone Inzaghi's Inter will provide a stern test, however, with the Nerazzurri having impressively overcome bitter rivals Milan 3-0 over two legs in the semi-finals, and the Citizens will know they will have to be at the top of their game in order to clinch their first ever Champions League crown.

We will have you covered with comprehensive pre-match content including previews, tips, offers, Bet Boosts and more ahead of kick off at 8pm, as well as providing live updates during the match itself.

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