The European Union, the European Football Association, has announced the referee who will rule the Champions League final between Manchester City and Inter.
The European Union has chosen Pole Simon Marciniak to lead the expected meeting in Istanbul on 10 June.
Manchester City win with Marciniak’s whistle
Pole Simon Marciniak led the second leg of the current Champions League semi-final, in which Manchester City beat Real Madrid unanswered by four goals.
The Polish club previously managed a Champions League match against Feyenoord, which also ended in a 4-0 Champions League victory for City in the 2017 season.
He played two matches for Inter Milan in the Champions League, in which the team did not taste victory, as both matches ended in a goalless draw.
Sky Club look to win the European Champions League and then aim to achieve a historic trio this season after winning the English Premier League and reaching the England final against Manchester United and the Champions League final against Inter Milan.
In this regard, Inter Milan are looking for their first title this season, and the Champions League will be one of the main gates.