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    El Real Madrid celebró la Úndecima en la Cibeles

    Real Madrid celebrate la Undécima at Cibeles

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    NEWS | 29/05/2016

    Thousands of fans celebrated winning the Champions League with the players.
    All of madridismo lived another magical moment as they celebrated la Undécima crown they clinched in Milan. Since the end of the final, thousands of The Whites' fans began arriving at the Plaza de Cibeles to await the players and celebrate the Champions League triumph alongside their idols.

    The heroes of la Undécima arrived at the fountain at 7:30am, after following a parade route from the stadium, along which they received a continuous show of support from the fans. In the plaza, the traditional party atmosphere was aided by music and a lights show. The message, Gracias madridistas "Thank you, madridistas", was also projected on to the Town Hall.

    Arrival at Cibeles
    The players' bus, adorned with the slogan: “CAMPEO11ES, LA U11DÉCIMA” was welcomed by the chanting fans. The players then took to the walkway erected above the fountain to thank the fans for their constant support on their way to winning this latest Champions League.

    Ramos presented the trophy
    The celebrations peaked when Sergio Ramos draped a Real Madrid scarf and flag around the trophy, and presented the European Cup, high above Cibeles. The breaking dawn in the centre of Madrid served as a new historic image to remind us that la Undécima is ours.
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