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Sunday, 4 June 2017

Heroics spark Madrid street party

Cristiano Ronaldo was at the end of the day hailed as Real Madrid's saint as fans packed into the club's Santiago Bernabeu stadium and avenues over the Spanish money to uncontrollably commend a record twelfth European Cup win on Saturday. Genuine Madrid commander Sergio Ramos lifts the trophy after Real Madrid won the UEFA Champions League last football coordinate amongst Juventus and Real Madrid at The Principality Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales, on June 3, 2017. /AFP PHOTO Whilst Ronaldo's twofold sentenced Juventus to a thorough 4-1 overcome at Cardiff's Principality Stadium, almost 2,000 kilometers away more than 70,000 supporters congregated to watch the match of eight goliath screens raised on the Bernabeu turf. "After quite a long time he is demonstrating he is the best player on the planet, the best player ever," said Real fan Raul Alvarez, 25, of Ronaldo while gladly drapping a Madrid hail on his back. "Consistently we are lords of Europe." As well as setting their status as the best club ever, Madrid finished a first La Liga and Champions League twofold for a long time and turned into the primary side to hold the trophy in the Champions League period. Not at all like in earlier years, the Madrid players will hold off on their parade through the heart of the Spanish capital until Sunday evening. In any case, thousands still poured onto the roads to celebrate around the Cibeles wellspring in the downtown area, a customary meeting point for Real's festivals. "It's unbelievable, I'm imagining," said 64-year-old Teresa Decarlini, who had gone from the southern Spanish city of Cadiz to take in the environment. "Two Champions Leagues consecutively. We are extraordinary." However, the celebrations were supervised by an enormous security nearness with police stopping movement on the streets prompting Cibeles and seeking sacks before permitting fans through boundaries. Back at the Bernabeu, Real mentor Zinedine Zidane was additionally washed with acclaim as the Frenchman proceeded with his brilliant ascent only year and a half into his first part in senior administration. Zidane's amazing strike as a player in the 2002 last was welcomed with the loudest cheer as the greater part of Real's objectives from their 11 past conclusive wins were played before commence. "Zidane was one of the best players to go through Madrid and now he is demonstrating to that he knows proper methodologies to deal with the squad impeccably," includes Alvarez. "He is indicating he is the best mentor on the planet." "He made awesome substitutions," said Jordi Perez, 27, as he backings himself on braces, yet didn't think about passing up a major opportunity for viewing the last at the Bernabeu. "He knows how to change an amusement." Ronaldo's opener to set another noteworthy stamp as the principal man to score in three Champions League finals started euphoric scenes. "Individuals question him, yet he is wild, he is a machine and, from those I have seen, the best in Madrid's history," said another blissful fan Diego Torulano. Mario Mandzukic's stupendous gymnastic overhead kick to level seven minutes after the fact briefly hushed the Bernabeu. In any case, Real and Ronaldo weren't to be denied, as further objectives from Casemiro, Ronaldo and Marco Asensio implied the last 20 minutes were played out to a fair climate with serenades of "champions" and "viva EspaƱa."

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