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    Champions League final

    Gonzalo Higuain has put Juventus on brink of the Champions League final... and he could have a chance to remind Real Madrid what they've missed

  2. #2
    Real Marid vs Juventus
    Titans Clash inevitable from the 1st leg results

    Real Marid my PICK

  3. #3
    Inspired Alves leads Juventus into Champions League final

  4. #4
    real marid joining in the party soon

  5. #5
    this is going to be a tough and exciting matchup. I got Real Madrid!!

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    Feb 2016
    REAL MARID go go goooooooooooooooo

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  9. #9
    I think Real Madrid has a very good chance but Juventus' defence is too tough. Close match

  10. #10
    C Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid crushed Juventus 4-1 in Cardiff on Saturday to become the first team to retain the European Cup in the Champions League era.

    The Portugal superstar's opener was cancelled out by an astonishing Mario Mandzukic strike, but goals from Casemiro, Ronaldo and Marco Asensio secured Madrid's third Champions League triumph in four years and 12th in total.

    Now a four-time Champions League winner, Ronaldo finished as the competition's top scorer for the fifth season running, substantially enhancing his chances of matching fierce rival Lionel Messi's tally of five Ballon d'Or crowns.

    "We're very happy to be the first team to win the Champions League in two consecutive years," said Ronaldo, who has now scored exactly 600 goals for club and country in his extraordinary career.

    "I finished the season very well. It is another record, a record that these players deserve and we are delighted."

    Zinedine Zidane, a head coach for only 17 months, became the first boss to oversee back-to-back European Cup successes since Arrigo Sacchi's fabled AC Milan team won the tournament in 1989 and 1990.

    "It's a tremendous joy for the players and for this immense club," Zidane told beIN Sports Spain.

    "I am happy because it is not easy to win things like La Liga and the Champions League, and this year we did it with hard work and desire."

    Victory crowned a glorious season for Madrid, who have pulled off a La Liga and European Cup double for the first time since 1958, having also won the Club World Cup and European Super Cup.

    Zidane's joy was his former club Juve's despair, Massimiliano Allegri's side crashing to a fifth successive defeat in Champions League finals and seventh in total, extending their own desperately unwanted record.

    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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