The best day of Zinedine Zidane's life as players invade

Kristopher Nichols
June 5, 2017

Looking ahead to the Champions League final on June 3, when Madrid face Juventus in Cardiff, Ronaldo added: "We know it's going to be a very hard final but we have to enjoy this victory first, after five years without winning a league".

The 32-year-old scored after less than two minutes into Los Blancos' title-deciding match against Malaga on Sunday evening, getting his side off to the flawless start in a match they needed just a point from.

Benzema added a second after 55 minutes to seal Madrid's first title in five years, José Mourinho being the man in charge of the Spanish giants back in 2011-12.

Real now have just under two weeks to prepare for their UEFA Champions League final against Juventus at Cardiff's Principality Stadium on June 3.

Elated fans cheered and lit flares when the squad arrived on an open-top bus bearing the word "Campeones" (champions) on the side at the club's traditional celebration spot, the Plaza de Cibeles, as confetti rained down.

It was also a great win for Zinedine Zidane who only just had his first full season as the coach of Real Madrid. "We didn't find the consistency you need to win the title".

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On-field footage shows Luka Modric in a state of disbelief over not getting a chance to lift the trophy, while Cristiano Ronaldo bluntly says to Gareth Bale, "It's a f***ing joke".

Cristiano Ronaldo slammed his critics in an extraordinary rant in the wake of Real Madrid's title triumph on Sunday.

After being told "there's no trophy" by an amused looking Bale, Ronaldo simply replies: "I know". When the season starts you think the most important day to day is La Liga. "I won everything with this shirt, but winning the league today is the maximum".

"It is the happiest day of my professional life by a distance".

Modric, standing with Bale, discovered that they would not be celebrating with the trophy anytime soon as the La Liga does not present the trophy until months of becoming champions.

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