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Challenge Yourself: Meet the experts who could be your ticket to the UEFA Champions League final

6:13 AM GMT+4 10/04/2017
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Take our ultimate Champions League quiz and combine your score with that of an expert to win a trip to European football's showpiece event

This is your chance to be at this season's UEFA Champions League final! 

Nissan and Goal have two pairs of tickets to give away to European football's showcase event in Cardiff, and one of our experts could help you get there. 

Launching Tuesday, our ultimate Champions League quiz invites you to put your knowledge to the test. 

After answering all 10 questions, you will then have the chance to boost your score by combining it with the score of one of our experts below.


Tom is an actor and TV host, but he's also a big Barcelona fan. 

His most memorable Champions League moment is Barcelona's incredible comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in this season's round of 16, when the Catalan club turned around a 4-0 defecit with a 6-1 win in the second leg at the Camp Nou. 

Tom also considers Lionel Messi to be his top Champions League player of all time, ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham, and believes his character would align best with Ronaldo's were Tom a professional footballer himself. 


Khairil is the founder of the KV League, but he's also a proud Liverpool fan.

Like for any true Red, the best Champions League final he has seen is Liverpool's extraordinary comeback against AC Milan in Istanbul in 2005. 

Naturally, Khairil's top Champions League player of all time is Steven Gerrard, narrowly ahead of Messi and Kaka. But if he was a professional footballer, he thinks he'd be like Bayern Munich's Renato Sanches.


Ronal Surapradja is a radio announcer and also a Manchester United fan. 

Unsurprisingly, his favourite moment in Champions League history is United's stunning late comeback against Bayern Munich at the Camp Nou in the 1999 final. 

Ronal also considers the great midfielder Paul Scholes to be his top UCL player of all time ahead of Paolo Maldini and Zinedine Zidane. And with a very similar name, he believes Ronaldo would be the player he would be like if he'd chosen professional football himself.  


Firdaus is an Arsenal fan and also a football analyst. 

His favourite moment in Champions League history is Jens Lehmann's penalty save from Villarreal's Juan Roman Riquelme in the semi-finals of the 2005-06 season. And though the Gunners ultimately lost, he considers Arsenal's clash with Barcelona that year as his most memorable final.

Firdaus also ranks Arsenal legend Thierry Henry as his top Champions League player of all time, ahead of Luis Figo and David Beckham. But if he was a footballer, he thinks he'd play like Mesut Ozil.  

So who will you choose to boost your score? Pick your favourite, and get ready to challenge yourself.

And don't worry if you're not successful this time around. You'll have the chance to double your chances of winning by entering our quiz for the first leg of the semi-finals.

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