Adoring Madrid fans demand Ballon d'Or for hero Ronaldo

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale could be heading back to the Premier League according to reports

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale could be heading back to the Premier League according to reports

Even at 32 years old, Ronaldo still calls Ferguson boss, an ultimate sign of respect for his life long mentor.

The Portuguese attacker, who recently won his fourth Champions League, will grace the cover of this year's Federation Internationale de Football Association game which will be released on the 29th September.

"As a team we played very well in the quarter-finals, the semi-finals and today, but you need a guy to score the goals and he did it again".

"If he (Zidane) can see something that we can do on the pitch, he tells us, and we are trying to do it in our best way", Modric said.

Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon magnanimously conceded Real Madrid's superior ability had made the difference after his side crashed to a 4-1 defeat in Saturday's Champions League final in Cardiff.

"It has been an incredible end to the season by us".

The victory also marked the first time that Madrid have won La Liga and the European title in the same season since 1958.

"I'm very happy. It was an unbelievable season again".

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"It's not the moment to speak about that", he said when asked about such criticism.

"There's no doubt whatsoever, today is a truly historic day for Madrid's fans, myself and our big family", said coach Zinedine Zidane, who has now won four Champions Leagues as a player and coach.

"We dropped back too much and it was not good for us, and the second half he changed this".

Wearing what was his third Champions League medal - a first for a Welsh player - Bale cited such success as the reason he went to the Bernabeu, but admitted it was a tough few weeks as he worked to get fit for the final and never really expected to start.

Juventus edged the first half but Madrid returned from the break rejuvenated, with the Portuguese taking his tally to 600 goals for club and country in-between breakthroughs from Casemiro and Marco Asensio.

Both Manchester clubs endured disappointing seasons, and United's sixth-place Premier League finish should not be easily glossed over by their triumph in the Europa League, which at least gave them a place in next season's Champions League. "

"I think the people don't have words to criticize because the numbers don't lie.


"I am happy", he said.

Madrid have won the Champions League three times in the last four years and their French forward Karim Benzema said: "It's unbelievable, to win one, then two, then three!"

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