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REAL MADRID WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL 4-1 JUVENTUS

Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoring his sides first goal with Sergio Ramos during the UEFA Champions League Final between Juventus and Real Madrid at National Stadium of Wales on June 3, 2017 in Cardiff, Wales.

REAL MADRID WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL 4-1 JUVE

Real Madrid defeat Juventus to be named “Kings of Europe”

2016-17 Champions League Final Match Report

Real Madrid 4-1 Juventus

Real Madrid goals: Cristiano Ronaldo (20’min, 63’min); Casemiro (61’min), Asensio (90’min)

Juventus goals: Mandzukic (27’min); Cuadrado (Dismissed at 83’min)

Real Madrid superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice for his giant Spanish La Liga club as Real Madrid retained the Champions League trophy they won last season in grand style by overwhelming titan Italian Serie A side Juventus in Cardiff, Wales. The victory was Real Madrid’s 12th in the prestigious European tournament and an amazing 3rd in 4 seasons. Ronaldo has now scored in three different Champions League finals as he again earned his match-winner reputation.

Ronaldo opened the scoring for Real Madrid as he swept in Dani Carvajal's pass at 20 minutes, before Juve’s Mario Mandzukic leveled, sending a sublime overhead kick past Real goalkeeper Keylor Navas. After the break, Real Madrid restored their lead through Casemiro's deflected shot making the score 2-1 before Ronaldo scored at the near post from a cross by Luka Modric to make it 3-1 as Real pulled well ahead of Juventus.

Juve sub Juan Cuadrado was sent off for a second caution after a clash with Sergio Ramos before Los Blancos sub Marco Asensio delivered a precise finish in the last minute. Final score Real Madrid 4-1 Juventus. Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has now won back-to-back Champions Leagues and this season's Soanish La Liga title since taking charge in January 2016.

Match hero Ronaldo showed off his superior skills in the match. But early in the match, he complained to German referee Felix Brych about the rough treatment he was receiving from Juve.

Ronaldo earned his third Champions League winners' medal for Spanish club Real Madrid and fourth in total counting his medal for Manchester United, as the 32-year-old superstar striker continues to impress and break records. In Cardiff, Ronaldo’s performance demonstrated the skills that make him a winner including speed, mindfulness, aggression, pace, desire, anticipation, and technique as a key player that helped Real overwhelm the Juventus defense.

Ronaldo's first goal went past the outstretched right arm of Juventus goalie Gianluigi Buffon. Ronaldo’s second goal showed the touch of a poacher. The Portugal captain now has a remarkable record of 105 goals in 140 Champions League games with 12 goals in 13 games this season.

Real Madrid gave their fans the performance of a world-class team, ripping apart the Juve defense that has a reputation as one of football's toughest and did not concede a goal in either leg of their quarter-final win against Barcelona, stopping Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Luis Suarez.

Juventus performed with such success in this Champions League tournament in the run-up to the final game, and many experts had them as favorites to win the silverware. However, Juve was heavily beaten by a tough and gifted Real Madrid. Real survived a whirlwind Juventus opening before taking control after the break, with Modric and Toni Kroos keeping possession in midfield and Ronaldo scoring goals.

Juventus were fit en route to this final. Massimiliano Allegri's Juventus side fought hard but their formidable defense and a potent attack led by Gonzalo Higuain could not stop Real Madrid. Juve was in the game after Mandzukic's sublime overhead kick was the equalizer, but they faded badly in the second half. Juve goalie Gigi Buffon became a three-time loser at 39 years. The agony on Buffon’s face was apparent as he tried in vain to stop Casemiro's long-range shot, which was deflected tantalizingly out of his reach off Sami Khedira's heel. Juve has now lost five Champions League finals since they last won the competition in 1996.

Cristiano Ronaldo was named “Man of the Match” writing history at the Millennium Stadium as he scored in his third different Champions League final. Ronaldo has scored in three different Champions League finals (2017, 2014 and 2008), more than any other player. Ronaldo has scored his 600th goal in all competitions for club and country.

Zinedine Zidane is the first manager to win back-to-back European Cup-Champions League trophies since Arrigo Sacchi with AC Milan (1989, 1990). Real have won their last six European Cup finals, last losing one in 1981 against Liverpool. Real became the first team in Champions League history to score 500+ goals (503 goals total).

Champions League Final Squad

Juventus

Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini, Alves, Sandro, Pjanic, Khedira, Dybala, Mandzukic, Higuain. Subs: Neto, Benatia, Lichsteiner, Cuadrado, Marchisio, Lemina, Asamoah

Real Madrid

Navas, Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo, Casemiro, Modric, Isco, Kroos, Benzema, Ronaldo. Subs: Casilla, Nacho, Bale, Kovacic, Asensio, Morata, Danilo

Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)

Gareth Bale made Welsh football history with his third Champions League title. Wales star Bale returned from a calf injury as a 77th-minute substitute. After Real Madrid’s victory, Bale lifted the Champions League trophy in his home city of Cardiff after the game. After the match, Bale told the media that he is 'happy' to stay and wants more trophies at Real Madrid. Bale says he is happy at Real Madrid and has committed his future to the Champions League winners.The 27-year-old, who signed a deal with Los Blancos until 2022, has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu. The former Tottenham Hotspur player joined Real in 2013 for a then world record fee of £85m.

"We are winning trophies and I am happy. I have signed a long-term contract at Madrid," said Bale. "My family is happy and I am happy, so yes we will continue what we are doing. It's the reason why I came to Real Madrid - to win trophies.”

“We're enjoying winning them at the moment, so we'll continue to do so," Bale added. "Three Champions Leagues in four seasons isn't too bad. I think we can get better. We are still quite young as a whole team and we have a great squad."

Gareth Bale was injured in Lisbon playing for Real Madrid in the Champions League in November 2016. Bale was happy to play in the final in his home city despite still being troubled by an ankle injury. Bale had surgery in November and suggested that without the Cardiff final in his sights he may have opted for a second operation.

"It's been difficult with my ankle this year," Bale said. "I obviously came back way too early from my surgery and I suffered a bit. We were considering more at one point, but I've worked tirelessly hard to get back and to get ready for this game. I need to go on holiday and rest and come back stronger next season - mainly for my ankle just to get it properly recovered. Then I'll obviously do some work in the off-season to get it stronger and ready for next season so I'll be firing on all cylinders."

Bale replaced Karim Benzema with Real leading 3-1 thanks to two Ronaldo goals and a long-range strike from Casemiro.

"I was just happy to get on for the last few minutes," Bale said. "We just had to go for it. It's always cagey in a final but we're happy with the win. To play a final in your home city is incredible, but to win it is even better a great experience. Cardiff has held an incredible event and we've literally not had a problem since we've been here; it's been immaculate. I don't think many players have won the Champions League in their home city where they were born, so it's a great memory to have."

Bale became the first Welshman to win the trophy three times - he also won it with Real last season and in 2014. Bale is the sixth player to win the Champions League or European Cup in his home city.

Bale is suspended for Wales' World Cup qualifier in Serbia on 11 June and will rest over the summer in a bid to regain full fitness, having also suffered calf problems along with his ankle injury.

"It's very disappointing, to be honest, but I'll be cheering on the boys," Bale added. "We always stick together, work as a team. We're never scared to battle and fight."

What's Next

Real Madrid will face Manchester United at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California; Manchester City in Los Angeles, California at LA Memorial Coliseum; and their arch-rivals Barcelona at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida in July in the exciting International Champions Cup in the United States. Then 2016-17 Champions League winners Real Madrid will play Europa League winners Manchester United in the 2017 Uefa Super Cup in Skopje, Macedonia, on 8 August.

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Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring during UEFA Champions League final football matches with Real Madrid on June 3, 2017, on May 24, 2014 and with Manchester United on May 21, 2008. .Cristiano Ronaldo on June 3, 2017, became the first footballer to score in three Champions League Final matches.

Real Madrid's Welsh striker Gareth Bale vies with Juventus' Brazilian defender Dani Alves

Real Madrid's Spanish midfielder Marco Asensio celebrates after scoring their fourth goal

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BALE HOPES TO BE FIT FOR CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL

Real Madrid superstar striker Gareth Bale

GARETH BALE HOPES TO BE FIT FOR 2017 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL IN WALES

2017 Champions League Final: Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale update

Twenty-seven-year-old Gareth Bale has not played for Real Madrid since tearing a calf muscle against FC Barcelona on 23 April. However, Wales forward Bale has resumed training at Real Madrid but has not trained with his team-mates. Real Madrid face mighty Italian Serie A Champions Juventus in the 2017 Champions League Final on 3 June in Bale's home city of Cardiff, Wales. Real beat city rivals Atletico Madrid on aggregate to reach the 2017 Champions League final for a second successive season.Bale was not involved when Real traveled to Celta Viga on Wednesday when Real Madrid came away with a 4-1 win, replacing FC Barcelona at the top of the Spanish La Liga Table.

Bale, 27, came off with a calf injury after 39 minutes in Real's 3-2 El Clasico defeat by Barcelona in April. Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is looking forward to Bale’s return to form and said his side are a better when injured forward Gareth Bale plays.

"It's not the time to talk about the Champions League final," said Zinedine Zidane. "He's much better and has already been out training. He's recovering and there's time for him to be ready for the final. I hope he's ready before and I hope he can be with us more than anything. We're a better team when he plays."

It is the second injury Bale has sustained this season after he was sidelined for four months after the superstar Welshman hurt his ankle in Real Madrid’s 2-1 Champions League win at Sporting Lisbon in November.

Swansea City boss Paul Clement says Real Madrid will be desperate for Bale to be fit for the final. Clement was Carlo Ancelotti's assistant when Real Madrid won the Champions League in 2014, with Bale scoring the decisive second goal in a 4-1 final win over city rivals Atletico Madrid.

"I know he's fighting to be fit for that and I hope he is," said Clement. It would be great for him to come back, he's one of their best players.He's done fantastically well over the last couple of years. He's won it twice already, It would be an amazing achievement to be at a club for four years and win three Champions Leagues. That would be outstanding.It's great for Wales. You've got two great teams and a great event coming to this country."

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Real Madrid superstar striker Gareth Bale

BARCELONA WIN EL CLASICO: BARCA 3-2 REAL MADRID

Barca’s Lionel Messi celebrates after scoring his team's third goal during the La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and FC Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on April 23, 2017 in Madrid, Spain.

BARCELONA WIN EL CLASICO: BARCA 3-2 REAL MADRID

Spanish La Liga title race is a fight to the finish

Match Report

Real Madrid 2-3 Barcelona

Real Madrid goals: Carlos Casemiro 28, James Rodriguez 85

Barcelona goals: Lionel Messi 33, Ivan Rakitic 73, Lionel Messi 90 +1:48

In the second "El Clasico" of the 2016-2017 La Liga season at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid, Spain Sunday. Lionel Messi scored his 500th Barcelona goal with seconds to go to send Luis Enrique’s team above 10-man Real Madrid at the top of La Liga. Barcelona’s superstar striker, Lionel Messi sank arch-rivals Real Madrid in a thrilling clash that keeps Barca in the race for the Spanish La Liga title this campaign. Messi’s second goal of the night was scored in added time putting Barcelona at the top of the La Liga Table due to the 3-2 victory away at Real Madrid.

Squads

Real Madrid

Navas; Carvajal, Ramos, Nacho, Marcelo; Casemiro, Modric, Kroos; Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo. Subs: Casilla, Kovacic, James, Asensio, Isco, Danilo, Morata.

Barcelona

Ter Stegen; Roberto, Umtiti, Pique, Alba; Busquets, Rakitic, Iniesta; Messi, L Suarez, Alcacer. Subs: Cillessen, D Suarez, Digne, Turan, Mascherano, Alena, Andre Gomes.

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Ivan Rakitic of Barcelona (4) celebrates as he scores their second goal with Luis Suarez (9) and Lionel Messi during the La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and FC Barcelona at Estadio Bernabeu

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: REAL MADRID, ATL MADRID, MONACO, JUVE GO THROUGH

Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring his team's second goal during the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final second leg match between Real Madrid CF v FC Bayern Muenchen at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on April 18, 2017 in Madrid, Spain.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SEMI-FINALS: REAL MADRID V ATLETICO MADRID, MONACO V JUVE

Last year, Real Madrid's Champions League Final 2016 victory against Atletico Madrid was their 11th European Cup triumph. Holders Real Madrid will face arch-rivals Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals of the Champions League, a repeat of last year's final.

Zinedine Zidane's side will fight to become the first club to retain the trophy in Champions League history in the final on 3 June in Cardiff.

French side Monaco battle giant Italian Serie A club Juventus in the other last-four tie.

The first legs will be played on 2 and 3 May, with the return legs taking place the following week.

Real Madrid aims to win Europe's premier club competition for a 12th time, after beating German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 6-3 on aggregate to reach the last four. And Spanish La Liga titans Atletico Madrid ended Premier League 2016 champions Leicester City’s fairytale run in Europe, defeating the Foxes 2-1 over two legs. Juventus claimed an impressive 3-0 aggregate win against Barcelona, while Monaco defeated Borussia Dortmund 6-3..

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Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 100 goals in the UEFA Champions League, group stage to final

Real Madrid and Portugal superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first UEFA Champions League goal in 2007 and his first hat-trick against Ajax in 2012. Ronaldo became the top scorer in UEFA club competition against Schalke in 2015. Having become the first player to score 100 goals in UEFA club competition in Real Madrid’s first leg of their tie against Bayern München last week, Ronaldo made it five goals in the second tie by scoring a hat trick to lead Real Madrid into the semi-finals once again in the UEFA Champions League, group stage to final – the first player to reach that mark.

Scored for:
15 Manchester United
85 Real Madrid

How scored:
68 Right foot 
17 Header
15 Left foot

Types of goal:
77 open play
12 free-kicks
11 penalties

When goals scored:
45 First half
52 Second half 
3 Extra time

Where goals scored them from:
59 inside penalty area (but not 5-metre box)
25 5-metre box
16 outside penalty area

Goals scored home or away:
51 Home
47 Away
2   Neutral venue

What stage were goals scored:
51 group stage
20 quarter-final
17 round of 16
10 semi-final
2 final

What season were goals scored:
17 2013/14
16 2015/16
12 2012/13
10 2011/12, 2014/15
8 2007/08
7 2009/10, 2016/17*
6 2010/11
4 2008/09
3 2006/07
*Up to quarter-finals second leg

Teams scored against:
9 Bayern
7 Ajax, Schalke
6 Galatasaray, Malmö
5 Roma, Shakhtar Donetsk, Juventus
4 Borussia Dortmund, Lyon, Marseille
3 CSKA Moskva, Dynamo Kyiv, København, Sporting, Wolfsburg
2 AC Milan, APOEL, Arsenal, Basel, Ludogorets Razgrad, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Zürich
1 Auxerre, Chelsea, Atlético Madrid, Internazionale Milano, Liverpool, Manchester City, Porto

Goalkeepers scored against the most:
9 Manuel Neuer, Johan Wiland
6 Fernando Muslera
5 Gianluigi Buffon, Andriy Pyatov, Kenneth Vermeer

Assists by:
11 Karim Benzema
7 Gareth Bale
6 Marcelo
4 Ángel Di María, Ryan Giggs

Clubs in the Champions League semi-final draw

Atlético Madrid
Juventus
Monaco
Real Madrid

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Cristiano Ronaldo concentrates for a free-kick during the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final second leg match between Real Madrid CF v FC Bayern Muenchen at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on April 18, 2017 in Madrid, Spain.