UEFA Champions League 2018/19 group stage will come to close tonight. On Tuesday, it was drama everywhere as expected. Premier League sides Liverpool and Tottenham went through at the expense of Napoli and Inter Milan. It means the English League has four teams in the round of 16 this year. Manchester Clubs are already through which means they will field weak teams tonight. UEFA Super Cup brings together Champions League and Europa League winners. Atletico Madrid thrashed Real Madrid 4-2 in August to lift the crown. Let us look at five most decorated clubs in UEFA Super Cup.
5. Atletico Madrid- 3 Trophies
— Atlético de Madrid (@atletienglish) August 15, 2018
Atletico Madrid lifted 2018 UEFA Super Cup. The La Liga side defeated Champions League winners Real Madrid 4-2. The winning goals were scored by Correa and Koke but that is after two great goals from striker Diego Costa. Diego Simeone side has come close to winning the big trophy in the last few years but their City rivals came out victorious in both occasions.
4. Liverpool- 3 Trophies
— Classic Football Shirts (@classicshirts) August 26, 2017
Liverpool narrowly escaped an embarrassing UEFA Champions League elimination with a 1-0 win against Serie A side Napoli on Tuesday night. They will hope this season luck is on their side after losing to Real Madrid in 2018/19 final.
The Reds have lifted 3 UEFA Super Cup crowns. The Premier League side lifted the trophy in 1977, 2001 and 2005. They also finished second in 1978 and 1984.
3. Real Madrid- 4 Trophies
Real Madrid are the first side to win back-to-back UEFA Super Cup trophies since AC Milan in 1990.
Dominating in Europe. pic.twitter.com/Oc7jDVjiSO
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) August 8, 2017
UEFA Champions defending champions Real Madrid lost the chance to go level with Barcelona and AC Milan in Super Cup crowns after losing 4-2 to Europa League winners Atletico Madrid in August. It was the first time they were losing a final since losing key player Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus. However, they still have 4 to their name and a chance to lift FIFA Club World Cup this December.