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Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid defeated Juventus to win their second straight Champions League title.
Relive the best moments of Real Madrid's domination of Juventus for their second straight Champions League title.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted a brace on the biggest of stages to lead Real Madrid to victory in the Champions League final.
Gareth Bale expresses his delight at getting the opportunity to take part in Real Madrid's win in his home country.
Toni Kroos expresses his amazement at Real Madrid's ability to defend the Champions League title.
Despite Juventus' defeat in the Champions League final, Mario Mandzukic captivated the masses with an overhead kick.
Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero and former Real Madrid star Santi Solari believe the right team won in Cardiff.
Shaka Hislop hails Real Madrid's complete team performance and Cristiano Ronaldo's brilliance after another UCL triumph.
Shaka Hislop hails Real Madrid's complete team performance and Cristiano Ronaldo's brilliance after another UCL triumph.

Real Madrid won their 12th Champions League title on Saturday, beating Juventus 4-1 in Cardiff. The Spanish giants become the first repeat Champions League winner and first repeat European Cup winner since AC Milan in 1990. They also clinched the League-European Cup double for the first time since 1957-58.

EuroCups
When it comes to European football, nobody can match Real Madrid.

- Real Madrid has won three Champions League titles in four years, joining 1974-76 Bayern Munich (1974-76), Ajax (1971-73) and 1956-60 Real Madrid (1956-60) as teams that won three European Cups in four years.

- With his second goal, Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 600th career goal for club and country. Ronaldo finishes as the top scorer or joint-top for a fifth consecutive season, the first player to do so in European Cup history.

RonaldoGoals
Ronaldo's scoring feats are just sensational for clubs and country.

- With the first goal of the game, Real Madrid became the first club to reach 500 Champions League goals. Real also continued the trend that the team to score first wins, becoming the ninth champion of the past 11 to win when scoring first.

- Ronaldo and Mario Mandzukic joined exclusive company with their goals. Ronaldo joined Alfredo Di Stéfano as the only players to score in three European Cup finals. Meanwhile, Mandzukic joined Ronaldo and Velibor Vasovic as the only players to score for two different clubs in a European Cup final.

- Juventus finish as runner-up for a seventh time in European Cup finals, extending its record. Juventus has been the runner-up in their past five European Cup finals, last winning the Champions League in 1995-96.

- Marco Asensio scored Real's fourth goal late in the game and, in so doing, became Real Madrid's youngest-ever scorer in a European Cup final.

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