Real Madrid Wins UEFA Champions League

  • Real Madrid Wins UEFA Champions League

Real Madrid Wins UEFA Champions League

The Real Madrid team were given a fantastic reception after they returned home to celebrate with their supporters following their Champions League triumph over Juventus in Cardiff on Saturday night.

Real Madrid is the first team since the late 80's with AC Milan to win consecutive Champions League.

Two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo saw Real add to their La Liga success and become the only club in the Champions League era to successfully retain the trophy.

Thanks to a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo and goals from Casemiro and Marco Asensio, Los Galacticos succeeded in winning their 12th Champions League title.

Zidane, 44, led Madrid to glory in last season's Champions League less than 5 months after succeeding Rafael Benitez to take up his first managerial role. "I have a year left in my contract and I think that I'll be here the next year".

Ronaldo scored twice in the final, finishing the season with 16 goals in his last 10 games.

Real Madrid have confirmed that the players will visit the Plaza Cibeles on Sunday night to dedicate the title to their fans.

A key move for Madrid in its European resurgence was the signing of Ronaldo from Manchester United in 2009, a transfer that took the team to another level.

But within seven minutes, Ronaldo was shaking his head and scowling after seeing an equalizer of individual brilliance. Juve centre back Leonardo Bonucci drove a long diagonal ball towards the byline to set off a brilliantly skilful exchange. Zidane spoke to us positively and transmitted his belief to us.

This time, Zidane was a spectator on the Madrid sidelines, but enjoying it just as much.

Watch Cristiano Ronaldo's son dazzle in the clip below. The Croatian timed his cutback to perfection in the 64th to allow Ronaldo to ghost in between Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini and slot in at the near post.

The goals knocked the stuffing out of Juventus, who ended with 10 men after Juan Cuadrado was sent off in the 84th minute - 18 minutes after coming on as a substitute - following a second booking for the mildest of pushes on Sergio Ramos.

Just watch how the young footballer confounds other children during a kickabout on Real Madrid's famed Santiago Bernabeu pitch.