Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 on Saturday in the final in Cardiff, Wales, becoming the first team to win back-to-back titles in the Champions League era. On his Instagram Stories account Fabio Fognini, who cheers for Inter, gave credit to Madrid describing it as a 'great team.
Feliciano Lopez wrote: 'Hala Madrid!
Dan Thomas, Alejandro Moreno and Craig Burley break down how Real got the best of Juve in the Champions League final. Congrats to all the staff for a ideal year'. After Mario Mandzukic scored an incredible first-half equaliser with an audacious overhead kick, Real did not let the Italians get away.
"Admittedly, it'll be tough to do better than this year, because we could've done something truly incredible this season".
At the end of the 25th season of the Champions League, Ronaldo is the first player to score in three of the competition's finals. "He knows that we are a very good team and that is why we proved it in the second half". It was a natural process.
"We had a great first half in which we had Real in trouble".
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For Juventus, this was a second loss in the final in three seasons, and a seventh defeat overall in nine, which includes their last five in a row.
"I wouldn't even dream of putting myself on the same pedestal as Ronaldo".
The Italy legend was on the wrong side of a 4-1 result against Real Madrid as Los Blancos retained their CL title.
He finally won the Champions League as a Madrid player in 2002, scoring an awesome volley in the final against Bayer Leverkusen in Glasgow, Scotland.
"Now we have to enjoy all of this", he said.
Leonardo Bonucci's raking pass was volleyed into the box by Alex Sandro and Gonzalo Higuain kept the ball airborne for Mandzukic to chest it up and send a looping volley over Keylor Navas. "Football gives you the chance to go again next year".