The Champions League is in the final match, but who was the star of the post-final bulletin? This is the best XI of the 5th meeting.
Leader – David De Gea (Manchester United)
Will Jose Mourinho continue to have a job if he does not have a longtime glow of his goalkeeper? De Gea's latest masterclass came to cheering the second-placed stoppage of Young Boys & Ulisses Garcia, whose turn-based effort looked rounded to the bottom corner before the Spaniard clawed away. It was a staggering part of athletics and set up a stage for United to kick off a vital late victory – which also took the potential consequences without him.
Right side – Joao Cancelo (Juventus)
The invention of Cristiano Ronaldo might have unlocked the door for Juventus against Valencia, but his fellow summer break, Cancelo, has the same impact on the other end. The defender played an excellent match against his former club, rescinding the threat of dangerous Goncalo Guedes while advancing ahead to help Juvi secure his place in knockouts.
Left Back – Juan Bernat (PSG)
Two days a week, two vital contributions to underrated Bernat. This time he opened a scoring against Liverpool with a clever piece of work to seize a miserable deviation from Virgil van Dijk before moving the ball to the right leg and shooting the past of Alisson. His left side partnership with Neymar worked well and managed to keep Mohammed Salah and the company quietly.
Central – Benoit Poulain (club Brugge)
Who could have predicted that Borussia Dortmund would release a goalkeeper against unknown Belgians? Accuracy was hit by both sides, the Bundesliga leaders who qualified for the win and Brugge, confirming the place of the Europa League, but Poulain and his defense had their job cut off against one of the most prominent European attacks and they did great. Hosts retained, in spite of enjoying only 24 percent, which resulted in a very impressive action.
Center Neck – Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham)
Vertonghen missed the last two months of injury, but he did not seem to be recaptured during Tottenham's impressive victory over Inter. He missed a decent chance to score after a free kick by Christian Eriksen, but his role was much more important at the other end, where he kept the fertile Mauro Icardi in order to secure the Spurs seldom in serious problems even when the pressure increased towards the end of the game.
Right Side – Arjen Robben (Bayern München)
Why try a different trick when this works so well? Robben got 35 in January, but several opponents were relieved to stop him in order to sit on his left leg, working half a yard and leaving him flying. Twice he did it to open for Bayern Baygam against Benfica – the first fantastic effort after embarrassing his way from the inside with a seemingly unstable position – and until now in Bavaria there has been a rest, a life still in the old dog.
Central Center – Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham)
Sissoko's re-opening in Tottenham continues. The team has been working hard for a long time in their inadequate match against Inter, but the French has been vitally important to increase the pace when it was needed. In the first half of the twenty-to-twenty boxing field, Lucas Moure had the chance to save Samir Handanović; with 20 minutes to play a similar bang, turns nothing into the opening situation, saw him find Del Alli, who laid the winner for Christian Eriksen. It was a contribution to the game and, given the current shape, there was no surprise.
Central midfield – Marco Verratti (PSG)
It's fun to ask if Verratti's form and fitness, as well as Neymar and Kylian Mbappe's gifts, are the most important factors in the latest PSG Champions League. He was fortunate to run away with a yellow card for a terrible first half on Liverpool's Joaquim Gomez, but his overall performance was masterful. A few people can bring the game under their spell like the Italian when it is in full swing, pulling the wires and dictating the rhythm; Liverpool, for all its bother and puff, just can not get close to him in the middle.
After the defeat in Paris, Craig Burley and members of the FC have estimated that Liverpool has been in the hands of PSG by failing to slow down their opposition star.
Left Wing – Neymar (PSG)
You can love him, hate him, or, like Jurgen Klopp, be absolutely angry at him, but no one who has watched him spit on Liverpool might doubt Neymar's star quality. On the other hand, the Brazilian was overwhelmingly overwhelming in time – engaging in English and supplying a huge second goal. It occurred when Neymar moved forward in the vicinity of the left back, changing the pace of the game in a moment before combining it with Kylian Mbappe to eventually benefit from the jump. PSG can count on that form to bring it closer to the Champions League trophy than ever.
Forward – Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
Messi's 106th Champions League goal meant he scored more than anyone else at this level for a club. It's just the latest record he sent, but the way he achieved was even more impressive. His striking solo strike in PSV, the weaving of past defenders before he finished accentuated, was simply a vintage and, with six goals already in this year's competition, but looks like a pretty Golden Boot bet.
Forward – Maxwel Cornet (Lyon)
What an effect Cornet enjoyed against Manchester City, who for the first time found Lyon's pace and movement almost impossible. Ivorian achieved two top goals, facing Ederson of 20 meters, and then going to return home to look like a winner, and he would have a hat-trick if his acrobatic effort had not ripped off the table. His performance saw him twice as much for the season, and perhaps increased his potential transfer value.