Real Madrid and Juventus have arrived in the Welsh capital Cardiff for Saturday’s Champions League final.
Both squads were greeted by some seasonal British summer weather, namely overcast skies and a nip
in the air. The Spanish champions want their third title in four years, yet many pundits say the Italians’
rock-solid defence will be almost impossible to break down.
Real have the attacking flair, and Gareth Bale may raise his game in front of his countrymen and women,
but Juventus are more than just a defensive block with a wonderful goalkeeper, and have the tools to unlock
the sometimes suspect Madrid defence.