Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois will not be afraid to take a penalty kick against Liverpool in the Champions League final in Paris today, Saturday.
Cordois has the best balance in dealing with penalty kicks or penalty shootouts. 16th round of the Continental Tournament.
It was a decisive moment as Real trailed 3-2 against Saint-Germain.
Cordois, who previously defended the Chelsea club’s colors before joining Real Madrid, said he would do his duty in the woods at the Liverpool meeting and would be willing to take penalty kicks or penalty shootouts if asked. “I scored a kick in preparation for the season with Chelsea against Paris Saint-Germain.
The Belgian international goalkeeper continued: “Conte (his former coach at Chelsea) added me there because he was well aware of my ability to take kicks, but at that crucial moment, at a crucial moment, it seemed different.”
The more famous goalkeeper added, “Of course I will not be in the top five (shooting penalty if the match between Real and Liverpool reaches a penalty shootout), but after that, if you want to shoot, you have to shoot. I’m not afraid of it. It’s a moment for you to shine . “
The 30-year-old added, “We won a share (penalty kick) when we saved a kick against Atletico Madrid in the Super Cup many years ago. I saved three this season.”
Real Madrid want to consolidate their record of winning 13 titles in the Champions League, while Liverpool want to win the trophy for the seventh time.
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