That is according to former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard, who led the Blues to Champions League glory in 2012.
Liverpool are the underdogs heading into this evening’s match, with Real Madrid looking to win the tournament for a third successive year.
The Reds have not played in a final since losing to AC Milan in 2007, whereas Real are participating in their fourth in five years.
Lampard says the experience of a final is an advantage for Real, claiming they will not let the occasion get to them.
But he says Liverpool must do the same and remain 100 per cent focused on their task at hand.
“It’s a game you always wanted to play in,” Lampard said of the Champions League final BT Sport.
“So you have to try and remember that.
“It’s a lot of focus, you’re trying to block out lots of things and focus on what you need to do in the game.
“That’s probably one of Liverpool’s biggest challenges tonight.
“They are the most inexperienced of the two teams, so those players that are not used to this occasion, who have been brilliant this year, have to make sure they are 100 per cent focused in every sense.
“Don’t let this game pass you by. Finals that pass you by are the most frustrating of all.
“You have to try and grab it.”
Source : EXPRESS