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Sergio Ramos targets "dream" Champions League final victory over Liverpool

Sergio Ramos hopes to show that Real Madrid really are the "kings of Europe" when taking on Liverpool in the Champions League final in 10 days' time.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has said that winning the Champions League for a third time in a row "would be a dream".

Los Blancos, winners of the competition in three of the last four seasons, will attempt to continue their dominance when taking on Liverpool in next week's Kiev final.

Ramos has played a key part in those previous triumphs, netting in the 2014 and 2016 finals, and the Spain international already has one eye on the meeting with five-time European champions Liverpool in 10 days' time.

"To have a new opportunity to show once again that we are kings of Europe is very positive," he is quoted as saying by Marca. "We can enjoy another final and try to repay this happiness.

"To claim it for a third year in a row would be a dream."I hope we can bring home a third consecutive Champions League."

Madrid conclude their La Liga campaign with a trip to Villarreal on Saturday evening.

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