Atletico, Real Tied 1-1 in Extra Time in Champions League Final

Real Madrid is tied 1-1 with Atletico Madrid after the first period of extra time in their Champions League final.

Sergio Ramos scored for Real with a stoppage time header to level to 1-1 against Atletico, taking the Champions League final to extra time. The match will go to penalty kicks if the score is still tied after extra time.

Atletico Madrid looked to be heading for its first elite European elite title on Diego Godin’s headed goal in the first half at Lisbon’s Estadio da Luz before Ramos headed in from a corner.

After 36 minutes, Godin had looped the ball over Real goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who had come off the goal-line. Casillas unsuccessfully ran back to try and claw the ball away.

Atletico last played in the European Cup final in 1974.

Real is seeking a record-extending 10th title. It won its last edition in 2002.

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