Fans travel to Cardiff for CL final

Andrew Cummings
June 4, 2017

"The Old Lady" had been hopeful of securing their first Champions league title since 1996 but a third goal, and a second on the night for Ronaldo, assured that Juventus were sunk by a far superior Madrid team on the night.

Real Madrid put out a dominant display to march to a historic 12th UEFA Champions League title with a 4-1 win over Juventus on Saturday evening.

If Real Madrid is known for their attack and scoring goals, then Juventus, on the other hand, is famous for their defending abilities. We won Serie A and the Coppa Italia and reached the Champions League final.

JUVENTUS and Real Madrid meet in the Champions League final in Cardiff tonight. It was not the first time that the forward has notched up a centenary goal. he also scored Madrid's 200th and 400th goals in the competition.

Having lifted the European Cup once with Manchester United, Ronaldo has done it three times in four seasons with Madrid.

In his absence, Spanish global Isco shone, he helped Los Blancos secure their first La Liga title since 2012 and scored the all-important away goal in the semi-final second leg against city rivals Atletico Madrid last month.

One of the most popular shirts among Real Madrid fans has "Sergio Ramos" and "93" on it.

Legendary Juve goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon is looking to win his first Champions League medal. A European title is the one major prize to elude the Italian in an illustrious career that has seen him lose two Champions League finals. Zinedine Zidane, the current coach of the Galacticos. The team became the first back-to-back UEFA Champions League victor ever and the first repeat European Cup victor since AC Milan did so in 1990. "He knows that we are a very good team and that is why we proved it in the second half". The Italian side lost to Barcelona on its last visit to the final in 2015.

Recent games have shown that with Isco in the midfield along with Modric, Kroos and Casemiro while Benzema feeds Ronaldo is a much more stable formation.

The first Champions League final to be played beneath a closed roof saw Juve hit their heads against a familiar ceiling as they missed out on a chance to complete the first Treble in their history.

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