Real Madrid captain leaves club after Champions League triumph

The final match of the Champions League, in which “Real” minimally beat “Liverpool” (1: 0), was the last for the Brazilian Marcelo as a player of the Madrid club.

The defender, whose contract expires in June, spent 15 years in the cream team, moving from the Brazilian “Fluminense” in January 2007. During this time, “Crazy” (El Loco), as he is “gently called” in the team, played in 545 Real Madrid matches, in which he scored 38 goals and made 103 assists.

The 34-year-old Brazilian has won 25 trophies with Madrid, which makes him a record holder in this history in the history of the club. Marcelo has won the Spanish title six times, won two Cups and five national Super Cups, won the Champions League five times, triumphed in the UEFA Super Cup three times and won the Club World Cup four more times.
Won the 2022 Champions Cup became the 25th trophy for Marcelo in “Real”

Speaking for Real, the defender was also regularly called up to the Brazilian national team. Together with the national team “Crazy” he won the Confederations Cup in 2013, and as part of the Olympic team won “bronze” in Beijing in 2008 and “silver” in London in 2012.

Earlier, “FACTS” reported that “Real” with the unique achievement of the head coach became the champion of Spain.

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