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Thousands Of People Watch Pro Evolution Soccer Stream On YouTube Thinking It's Champions League Final

Jack Kenmare

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Thousands Of People Watch Pro Evolution Soccer Stream On YouTube Thinking It's Champions League Final

More than 3,000 people tuned in to watch a Pro Evolution Soccer stream of the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid on YouTube.

That's right. Despite not being in Jurgen Klopp's starting XI against Los Blancos on Saturday night, thousands of supporters thought Diogo Jota had opened the scoring when he slotted past Thibaut Courtois with 19 minutes on the clock.

Twitter account @VibesFoot posted a screenshot of the match with the caption: "More than 2000 people watch a stream, thinking they are ahead of the Champions League final."

Image credit: YouTube
Image credit: YouTube

Fans continued to flood in to watch the action unfold on YouTube, as goals from Mohamed Salah and Vinicius Jr, amongst others, made it 5-5 in an entertaining half of virtual action.

If you really want to watch that game instead of the real life Champions League final, then be our guest.

In terms of the real life game inside the Stade de France on Saturday, Real Madrid and Liverpool went into the break at 0-0 after a tense first-half.

It looked like Sadio Mane was about to make it 1-0 to the Premier League runners up but Los Blancos goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois made a superb stop.

Courtois, who has saved Madrid time and time again in the Champions League this season, made three huge stops in the opening 20 minutes.

Two of those denied in-form Mohamed Salah from netting against Carlo Ancelotti's men. Just check out this save.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube

Topics: Liverpool, Real Madrid, Champions League

Jack Kenmare
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