Tottenham team has won 15 other trophies than their Liverpool counterparts … but Alberto Moreno is the only player in one of the clubs who has played and won a European final
- Liverpool and Spurs meet in the final of the Champions League in Madrid on 1 June
- Tottenham players have won 52 trophies between them … but none for Spurs
- The Liverpool team has 37 trophies – 10 of them at Xherdan Shaqiri
- He and Daniel Sturridge won the Champions League but did not play in the final
- Alberto Moreno played along and won the 2014 Europa League final with Sevilla
A lot is made that Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino have yet to win a trophy with their current clubs.
Spurs has not eliminated any of the most important silverware since he defeated Chelsea in the 2008 League Cup final, while Liverpool & # 39; s last trophy victory in 2012 took place in the same league.
But one of those bare runs ends in style Saturday night when the two clubs meet in a fully English Champions League final in Madrid.
Jurgen Klopp (left) or Mauricio Pochettino picks up the Champions League trophy on Saturday
Klopp walked past the trophy after Liverpool lost the final of last season against Real Madrid
The full English final on Saturday takes place at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium of Atletico Madrid
It will be Klopp's fourth cup final with Liverpool and a second in the Champions League, after losing his match 3-1 to last year's Kiev pair to Real Madrid.
Klopp also lost a Champions League final as manager from Dortmund – to Bayern Munich in 2013 – but he led the Westfalenstadion outfit to two Bundesliga titles and one German cup before moving to Anfield.
Pochettino has never won a trophy as a manager. The closest to him was in 2015 when Spurs was defeated by Chelsea in the League Cup final.
But Spurs does have 11 players who know what it feels like to win big specifications. The current Tottenham team consists of 23 players who have played in their Champions League campaign so far and who together have won 52 career trophies.
Liverpool has deployed 18 different players in Europe this season and that group has won 37 major titles.
Lucas Moura, who scored a beautiful hat trick in the semi-final of his team against Ajax, is the most decorated player in the Tottenham team with 12 titles – 11 of which during his stay in Paris Saint-Germain.
Lucas Moura scored a wonderful hat trick to help Tottenham beat Ajax in the semi-final
The Brazilian Moura won 11 trophies in his time at the former club Paris Saint-Germain
The most productive winner of Liverpool is the Swiss player Xherdan Shaqiri. He has won 10 medals, including one with thanks to Bayern & # 39; s 2013 Champions League win.
Daniel Sturridge also won the Champions League – with Chelsea in 2012 – but neither he nor Shaqiri played in the final.
When it comes to the European end experience, Liverpool has the advantage.
Not only did 11 members of their current squadron play in the Champions League final of last year, seven of them started in the final defeat of Europa League 2016 by Sevilla.
LIVERPOOL XI IN 2016 EUROPE LEAGUE FINALE
Sevilla 3-1 Liverpool
Liverpool (4-2-3-1): Mignolet, Clyne, Lovren, Toure (Benteke 82), Moreno, Milner, Can, Lallana (Allen 73), Firmino (Origi 69), Coutinho, Sturridge
Subs not used: Henderson, Skrtel, Ward
CHAMPION FINANCE 2018
Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool
Liverpool (4-3-3): Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Van Dijk, Robertson, Wijnaldum, Henderson, Milner (Can 82) Salah, (Lallana 31), Firmino, Mane
Subs not used: Mignolet, Clyne, Klavan, Moreno, Solanke
Ten of Liverpool & # 39; s starters of last season's Champions League final are still with the club
Seven players who started for Liverpool in the Europa League final of 2016 were able to play in Madrid
Spurs has only three players who have played in a European club final. Toby Alderweireld came off the bench for Atletico Madrid in the final of the Champions League 2016, who won Real on penalty & # 39; s.
Davinson Sanchez played the full 90 minutes for Ajax in 2017 when they were defeated 2-0 by Manchester United in the final of the Europa League.
Fernando Llorente has latest experience in both the Champions League and the UEFA Cup and lost both times he stepped on the field. He was introduced as an 85th minute substitute for Juventus in their 2015 Champions League loss to Barcelona in Berlin. And he played the full game for Athletic Bilbao when she lost 3-0 to Atletico in the 2012 sidekick final.
Llorente does have a medal match for the Europa League, because in 2016 it was an unused substitute for Sevilla against Liverpool.
The only player currently in Spurs of Liverpool who can brag about playing and winning a European final is Reds left behind Alberto Moreno. He was on the pitch for the victory of the Europa League triumph 2014 in Seville – with Benfica defeating 120 minutes in a penalty run after a scoreless goal.
Defender Alberto Moreno (left) played along and won the 2014 Europa League final with Sevilla
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