Zidane team talk was key to victory, says Ronaldo

Onetime Juventus midfielder and ex-Nigeeia captain, Sunday Oliseh, on Saturday night expressed his delight at the 12th Champions League title triumph of Real Madrid following their 4-1 win in the final against his former club at the Millennium Stadium Cardiff, Completesportsnigeria com reports.

"We need to just keep doing what we are doing, because I think we can win many more titles in the future".

Mario Mandzukic, with one of the best goals you will ever see in the Champions League, had equalised for Juventus, after Ronaldo, who else, had opened the scoring for Real Madrid, but once the referee blew the whistle to get the second half started, there was only one team.

These trophies will mean more to him now as he gets to share it with loved ones, including Rodriguez who he has been reportedly dating since 2016, and of course his son.

Hundreds of Juventus soccer fans are being treated for injuries after mayhem broke out on Saturday night in the Italian city of Turin during a public viewing of the Champions League final.

"I love football. I have the chance to be with this great club, with this great squad".

"In the first half we played beautifully but they pushed the accelerator in the second half and we could not resist", Allegri, whose side had been bidding to become the eighth club to land the "treble" having won Serie A and the Copa Italia this year, told reporters.

Real Madrid face Juventus in the biggest match of the season, but Ronaldo was left fuming after the pre-match incident in Cardiff.

But it was a superb team performance from Real Madrid, as they clinched their 12th European Cup.

James signed for Real Madrid from Monaco for approximately €80 million and played 46 matches for the club in his debut season in Spain.

"I feel extremely happy".

Ronaldo heaped further misery on the Old Lady as he struck Luka Modrić's lovely square delivery across the face of goal and Gianluigi Buffon.

Massimiliano Allegri was at a loss to explain how his team ended up conceding more goals in this one game than they have in the entire tournament leading up to the final.

But it was Zidane who provided the inspiration for Madrid's first La Liga and Champions League double since 1958.

Casemiro restored Madrid's lead just after the hour and further goals from Ronaldo and substitute Asensio confirmed victory before Juve substitute Juan Cuadrado was harshly shown a second yellow card for pushing Sergio Ramos.

Real's Toni Kroos was in awe of his team-mate Ronaldo.

"We're working hard. We worked hard all season, thinking we could achieve things because in the long run everyone's been very important".