With the crowd in a frenzy, four-time Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldo - who finished the season with 42 goals in all competitions and as the Champions League's top scorer - ended up singing, "Cristiano, Ballon d'Or" and the fans joined in.
Zidane's half-time talk clearly did the trick, as Real Madrid dominated the second 45 minutes.
"Masters of the universe", ran the headline on the front page of Spanish sports newspaper Marca, which added: "Real Madrid thrash Juve to win the 12th!"
While many expected Real Madrid to prevail, few thought the score would be so lopsided, given that defensive-minded Juventus entered the final having conceded only three goals during their entire Champions League campaign.
Well, the picture is pretty clear that after Christiano Ronaldo, his son Ronaldo Jr will be there to take the football legacy of Portugal ahead.
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"He has been taken to hospital, and will be taken into custody once discharged", the Metropolitan Police said in a statement. The witness mentioned that a police patrol auto , which was passing on the road nearby, immediately drove over to the scene.
"We have achieved a historic feat", Madrid left back Marcelo said.
Eager to end their 21-year European title drought, Juve forced Blancos goalkeeper Keylor Navas to make two stops in the first four minutes.
"There was an incident there and we're hoping not too many people were injured seriously and we are hoping that they get better very soon".
It was the culmination of a counterattack of breathtaking speed launched by Luka Modric and Toni Kroos.
"(Zidane) said that we need to be more aggressive, to not allow Juve to keep the ball easily like they did in the first half after our goal", Modric told reporters.
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Miller (3-2) wore a shocked expression as he walked to the left of the mound after the home run. Hernandez pumped his fist as he rounded first base after his homer gave Los Angeles a 3-2 lead.
Beyond his assist, the 31-year-old's elegance on the ball, his eye for a pass and capacity for making the right decisions, helped to open up angles for Real Madrid to hit Juventus time after time on the break.
He added: "We need to just keep doing what we are doing, because I think we can win many more titles in the future". "We have the world's best players and plenty of youth".
A third Champions League win in four years has drawn comparisons to the great Real side that won the first five editions of the European Cup between 1955 and 1960. "He has been our coach for 17 months but he has done everything possible".
He headed in the first in 2016 against Atletico and again came to his side's rescue with a cynical challenge on Antoine Griezmann to halt a late counter-attack when the game was poised 1-1, later converting his penalty in the shootout win.
"I only found out I wasn't going to start just before the game. Every player in the squad has played their part, and that's been the key factor this season".
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It left an image of a dysfunctional Britain coming up against a well-oiled European Union negotiating machine. He said he views the talks with "informed optimism".
Ronaldo's first strike at Millennium Stadium was canceled out by Mario Mandzukic's exquisite 27th-minute hook shot.
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