Milorad Mazic will call the final
Real Madrid vs Liverpool

Serbian referee Miloard Mazic lead the final of the Champions League between Real Madrid and Liverpool on Saturday May 26 at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, announced Monday the Referees Committee UEFA. Mazic, born in Vrbas on March 23, 1973 (45 years old), has been international since 2009 and is among those chosen by FIFA to participate in the World Cup in Russia, after refereeing five Champions League matches this season, none with the finalist clubs, and two of the Europa League. Final referee of the Confederations Cup last year between Chile and Germany (0-1), Mazic will be assisted in Kiev in the bands by his compatriots Milovan Ristic and Dalibor Djurdjevicm with the Frenchman Clement Turpin as fourth referee and also the Serbs Nenad Djokic and Danilo Grujic as additional assistants.

In the section of selections, apart from his presence in the Russian Confederations Cup 2017 and in his final, he went to the World Cup in Brazil 2014, in which he led the clashes Germany-Portugal (4-0) and Argentina-Iran (1-0); and the European Championship of France 2016, in which he refereed the matches Ireland-Sweden (1-1), Spain-Turkey (3-0) and the eighth International since January 1, 2009, on July 9 of that year he directed his first match of a continen.Bet on your favourite match with free apuestas 365 tips.

In the section of selections, apart from his presence in the Russian Confederations Cup 2017 and in his final, he went to the World Cup in Brazil 2014, in which he led the clashes Germany-Portugal (4-0) and Argentina-Iran (1-0); and the European Championship of France 2016, in which he refereed the matches Ireland-Sweden (1-1), Spain-Turkey (3-0) and the eighth International since January 1, 2009, on July 9 of that year he directed his first match of a continen

Liverpool beat Sparta Prague (1-0) with the Serbian in the 2010/11 UEFA Europa League round of 32 and drew at Old Trafford against Manchester United (1-1) in the round of 16 Europa League 2015/16 with a goal from Philippe Coutinho, current player of Barcelona, which meant the classification of the 'reds', who ended up competing in the final in Basel against Sevilla, but lost by 3-1.