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Saturday, 3 June 2017

Its Them!!! 4 LIFE And Real Madrid The Champions Once More.... Real Madrid 4 - 1 Juventus

PEEP! PEEP! PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!

REAL MADRID ARE CHAMPIONS OF EUROPE YET AGAIN. WHAT A TEAM. WHAT A MANAGER. WHAT A CHAMPION THEY HAVE IN CRISTIANO RONALDO

WHAT A SPELLBINDER OF A CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL - AN OPEN END-TO-END FIRST HALF FOLLOWED BY A STUNNING DISPLAY OF TACTICAL ASTUTENESS FROM ZIDANE IN THE SECOND FORTY FIVE

DESERVED WINNERS - THEY ARE THE FIRST TEAM SINCE THE GREAT ARRIGO SACCHI'S AC MILAN TO RETAIN THE PREMIERE CROWN IN CLUB FOOTBALL. WHAT AN ACHIEVEMENT. HISTORY IS THEIRS. 

CAN'T HELP BUT FEEL FOR GIANLUIGI BUFFON, THOUGH, HIS FACE - AS EVER - SHOWS EVERY EMOTION RUNNING THROUGH HIM AND ITS HEARTBREAKING. 

Juventus 1 - 4 Real Madrid

(Mandzukic 27' ; Ronaldo 20',64',
                             Casemiro 62',
                             Asensio 90')



Real Madrid won a record 12th Champions League/European Cup trophy courtesy of Cristiano Ronaldo’s double against Juventus.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid defeated 10-man Juventus 4-1 in Cardiff to retain their Champions League crown.

Madrid became the first team in the Champions League era to successfully defend the trophy with their sixth triumph in the competition – and 12th when you include it in its former guise of the European Cup – three of those victories coming in the last four years.

A thrilling first half saw Ronaldo put Madrid ahead, becoming the first player to score in three different Champions League finals in the process.

Mario Mandzukic equalised for Juventus with a spectacular overhead kick that will live long in the memory.

But Madrid dominated the second half as Juve collapsed, Casemiro scoring with the help of a huge deflection before Ronaldo made sure of the victory from close-range, ensuring he finishes above Lionel Messi as the competition’s top scorer in the process.

Any hopes of a Juventus comeback were ended when substitute Juan Cuadrado was sent off 18 minutes after coming on, the winger receiving a second yellow for a clash with Sergio Ramos, before Madrid substitute Marco Asensio put the icing on the cake in the last minute.

Having also secured LaLiga glory, the win seals a famous double for Zinedine Zidane in his first full season at the helm, with Madrid the first side since AC Milan in 1990 to win back-to-back European crowns.

Juventus, who had been seeking a treble after winning Serie A and the Coppa Italia, have now lost five straight finals since last tasting continental success back in 1996, including two of the last three, having also lost to Barcelona in Berlin two years ago.


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