Real Madrid toast Champions League win with mass celebration in Madrid

Ruben Hill
May 28, 2018

Ronaldo, on the other hand, displayed his strengths in the Champions League, scoring 15 goals and guiding Real to the final.

"But of course it is very hard to say anything to him and to let him grasp it".

"The most important thing is that I know how to be professional and when you come on you need to try to make an impact and I did that".

The Portugal forward had told television network beIN Sports after the historic win in Kiev "in the next few days I'll give an answer to the fans who have always been by my side".

However, Ronaldo could yet claim a third successive Champions League title tonight when Real Madrid take on Liverpool in the final.

The 24-year-old German keeper was at fault in two of Real Madrid's three goals Saturday in Kiev.

Karius tweeted on Sunday afternoon: "Haven't really slept until now. the scenes are still running through my head again and again". It's Gareth's choice. "He's made the difference in a Champions League final - whether that has any bearing, I don't know".

"But hopefully he'll come back bigger and stronger".

"For me personally, I feel like I should be playing week in, week out and I haven't been". I think we play not as individuals, but as a team, we play as 11 together, we play as a whol squad.

"If you go back years and you saw somebody crying on the pitch, they'd have had a whole load of stick for it".

When asked about the mood in Liverpool's dressing room, Karius said: "There's not much I had to say".

Salah was on the wrong end of a well documented tangle with Sergio Ramos which led to the Egyptian ending his season in heartbreaking fashion, picking up what appears to be a shoulder injury with the full extent of the injury still unknown.

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