Sensational Scenes as Real Madrid Get Heroes Welcome During Trophy Parade
- Real Madrid celebrated their 14th European Cup success in style as they paraded their trophies in the Spanish capital
- In a traditional trophy parade fans of Los Blancos flooded the streets of Madrid to welcome their heroes for their latest achievement
- The Spanish giants beat Liverpool on Saturday to win the UEFA Champions League for a record 14th time
Real Madrid fans gave their players a heroic welcome on Sunday as they flooded the streets of the Spanish capital to celebrate their 14th European glory.
The Spanish giants defeated Liverpool 1-0 in the final of the UEFA Champions League at the Stade de France on Saturday. Vinicius Jr's 58th minute strike made the difference.
In photos shared on social media, thousands of fans greeted the players while the team paraded the trophies won this season.
The players and technical team took turns as they lifted the trophies with fans chanting and singing their names.
Captain Marcelo, who is leaving the club at the end of June, delivered a heartwarming speech wishing the club success in the future.
Karim Benzema and Vinicius Jr, the club's most influential players this season also spoke during the celebrations.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti became the first manager to win four UEFA Champions League titles as Los Blancos made history over the weekend.
Real Madrid have beaten Liverpool to win the UEFA Champions League
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Real Madrid won the 2021/2022 Champions League as they sank Liverpool in a pulsating final at the Stade de France on Saturday, May 28.
A solitary goal from Vinicius Junior was enough for Carlo Ancelotti’s side to claim victory at the expense of Liverpool, who will have to settle for two domestic trophies this season.
The Reds were out for blood as they looked to get some revenge over the Merenguez in an on-pitch feud that dates back to 2018.
Carlo Ancelotti wins fourth UEFA Champions League trophy as manager
Real Madrid gaffer Carlo Ancelotti has officially become the manager with the most Champions League wins.
The Spanish giants became European champions for a record-extending 14th time after beating Liverpool 1-0 in the final on Saturday in Paris.
Brazil winger Vinícius Junior scored from close range connecting to Federico Valverde’s drive across the face of goal to secure Ancelotti's record fourth European crown.
Source: Sports Brief News