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Zidane revels in 'historic' Real Madrid Champions League win

19 June 2017

The Serie A champions were beaten 4-1 by Real Madrid, as goals from Casemiro, Marco Asensio and a Cristiano Ronaldo double saw Zinedine Zidane's side become the first team to retain the trophy in the competition's modern format.

A well timed finish from Casemiro gave Real Madrid the lead in the 60th minute of the game.

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.

El Pais said "Real Madrid enter a new golden era", referencing their third Champions League triumph in four seasons.

On June 3, Real Madrid won the Champions League for the 12th time.

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Midfielder Gareth Bale is enjoying life at Spanish champions Real Madrid and has committed his future to the club, the Welsh global said after the side's Champions League triumph on Saturday.

"The 12th for the insatiable", read a wraparound cover on AS, which hailed the decisive Cristiano Ronaldo as the most valuable player of Saturday's final and said he was "a step away from his fifth Ballon d'Or". Cristiano Ronaldo scored his second to make it 3-1 four minutes later.

At the half way mark, the scores remained 1-1. "And others like in Cardiff, when their win came while playing the best second half in colour that can be remembered in a final".

"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".

"If he (Zidane) can see something that we can do on the pitch, he tells us, and we are trying to do it in our best way", Modric said.

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"I prepared for this, and we knew that the big trophies are won right at the end".

"Today we can say that we are a very good team and that we deserve to win the league and the Champions League, which was not easy". His stunner of a goal made Juventus believe on an upset.

The impressive win crowned a remarkable first full season in charge for former Real midfielder Zidane, who led the team to a first La Liga title in five years, delivering the club's first European Cup and league double since 1958.

"Now he is the best coach in the world". It was Zidane's stunning volley against Bayer Leverkusen that won Real the 2002 title in Glasgow, while a year ago, five months after replacing Rafael Benitez as coach, he breathed new life into a demotivated team and took them to the Champions League trophy.

"I only found out I wasn't going to start just before the game".

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Mario Mandzukic's stunning strike cancelled out Cristiano Ronaldo's 20th-minute opener for Juventus to reach the break at 1-1.

Zidane revels in 'historic' Real Madrid Champions League win