Borussia Dortmund manager Edin Terzic has made it clear that his team is in London to compete, not to witness another Real Madrid triumph in the Champions League final. Dortmund will face off against the Spanish giants on Saturday night, in a match where Madrid are widely seen as the favorites as they aim for their 15th title.

Terzic acknowledged Madrid’s impressive history in the competition but emphasized his team’s readiness. “We know they are by far the most successful team in this competition,” Terzic said. “But we have had only two defeats this season and we are ready to compete at the highest level.”

Despite Madrid’s dominance, Terzic believes the game is anyone’s to win. “If you break it down to one game, then everything is possible,” he stated, highlighting the unpredictable nature of single-match finals.


The Dortmund manager drew confidence from past performances where his team wasn’t favored. “They have a role as the favorites, but we weren’t favorites against Atletico or Paris [Saint-Germain] either,” Terzic noted, referencing their impressive victories in earlier rounds.

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Terzic stressed the importance of bravery and seizing the moment. “If we are brave and not here to see Madrid win their next trophy, then we’re going to have a chance,” he asserted, rallying his team and fans for the crucial encounter.

As Dortmund seeks to lift the Champions League trophy for only the second time in their history, the stage is set for a thrilling final. Both teams are prepared for a fierce battle, with Terzic’s words echoing a determined mindset ahead of the clash.

With the football world watching, Dortmund’s mission is clear: challenge Real Madrid’s dominance and carve their own historic path to glory.