Let's see All Football users' analyses of UCL Final! Do you agree with them?

Hello everyone! Ahead of Saturday's Champions League showdown in Cardiff, and All Football APP got some analyses of the Final from our own users. Let's see their analyses are professional or not.

@De_Dean: With many records on the grasp, the UCL finals at Cardiff has a lot more to offer than just a game of football.
Juventus will be hoping to be the second Italian team to see off Real Madrid in a Champions league final, after Inter Milan's 3:1 victory in the Viena's 1964 finals. Also, in doing this, Juventus will the 1st team in 9 years (and the 7th team since the start of the UCL) to lift the trophy without tasting defeat, since Man U in 2008.
On the other hand, a victory for Real Madrid will mean they will be condemning Juventus to a record 5 finals defeat in this competition, while giving "Los Blancos" a 5th consecutive final Trophy in UCL (maintaining their 100% record in the finals). A goal for Real Madrid will mean they've extended their incredible scoring records to 65 games, at the same time seeing off the competitions toughest defense which has only conceded 3 goals so far in the competition.
A goal for CR7 at the finals will mean he will not only match his archrival Leonel Messi in the top scorer sheet, but will break the record of topping the scoring charts in the last 5 consecutive competitions (breaking off the record of 4, which he currently shares with Messi).
It not only CR7 who will be making the headlines with a goal at Cardiff, since he and the emblematic defender Sergio Ramos will enter the history books as being the first player to score in 3 consecutive UCL finals ( as a defender, this will be an even harder record to break).
The enigma as to whether it is the solid wall of Turin or the ever-scoring attack of Madrid who will have the last laugh remains to be answered on Saturday June 3rd. My prediction Real Madrid 2:1 Juventus.
Please note: My records here are taken from when the competition was changed to UCL.
What a comprehensive analysis! Besides, the swagest user - @Selambi237 gave his opinion out!
@Selambi237: I think it (Real Madrid) will be 4-4-3 With Isco starting and Bale coming in later. And my prediction is Real Madrid 2 and Juventus 1.
Same final score but different kinds of analyzes, thank you again. Our friend @Levine_zhou also analyzed about Real Madrid's attack.
@Levine_zhou: Now, CR7 is not the Cristiano Ronaldo at Man Utd, he is almost like a striker recently, so RM's 4-3-3 is a 4-4-1-1 when they attack. In my opinion, Juve have to focus on Isco, they can try to do it like Ander Herrera did for Hazard. Then, they can win the match easily. My prediction is Juventus 3 - 1 Real Madrid.
Reasonable! Sounds like you support Juventus. Let's welcome @Albert next, he said he was always right!
@Albert: Sure but the final is going to be a tough game bt I'll give it a shot. The UCL final is a 50-50 game but I personally think Real Madrid will win the game b'se of the team connection from the defensive part to the attacking part unlike Juventus. My prediction is Madrid 2-1 Juventus. That's what I think.
Alright, those are all of our users' predictions, how about yours? Leave your opinion in comments below!
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