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Liverpool Fan Claims Her Champions League Final Ticket Was Destroyed By Her Dog

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Liverpool Fan Claims Her Champions League Final Ticket Was Destroyed By Her Dog

A Liverpool fan's worst nightmare came true on Saturday morning. Her dog managed to get hold of her Champions League final ticket and absolutely wreck it.

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The Reds travel to Paris next weekend to face Real Madrid as they attempt to finish the season in style.

Jurgen Klopp's side could complete an unprecedented quadruple if they win, although that'll depend on results in the Premier League this weekend.

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It promises to be a thrilling encounter regardless and it's a game nobody will want to miss. Unfortunately for Twitter user @Shona_C_, she won't be at the Stade de France.

In a tweet which has since been deleted, Shona shared an image of her shredded ticket with a caption of: "Anyone want a dog??"

Image Credit: @Shona_C_/Twitter
Image Credit: @Shona_C_/Twitter

The dates and other information all line up on the ticket and personal information is blacked out, so it does look legit.

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She's spent the morning responding to fellow supporters who are absolutely gutted for her. Shona seems to be taking it in her stride though.

Someone said they 'felt' sick for her and she replied: "Ha! Actually full on had a breakdown when I came downstairs to that this morning can’t remember the last time I cried so much!"

While another joked they'd sell the dog and that got a response of: "Not even selling I’m giving it away I swear!"

This year's final is a repeat of 2018, which Madrid won 3-1 after a Gareth Bale double from the bench.

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Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Liverpool will be hoping for a different outcome this time around as they look to win their seventh European Cup.

Madrid finished their La Liga campaign on Friday with a 0-0 draw against Real Betis.

Los Blancos wrapped up the title last month and have heavily rotated their squad throughout May.

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Klopp hasn't been able to do that however as they've still had everything to play for.

He made nine changes for Tuesday's 2-1 win over Southampton, with Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah missing from the squad.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Both returned to training ahead of Sunday's clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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Liverpool are one point behind Manchester City in the Premier League, but Pep Guardiola's side are expected to beat Aston Villa and win their fourth title in five years.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Liverpool, Real Madrid, Champions League

Daniel Marland
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