Juventus - Real Madrid

Third anniversary of Duodécima triumph

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NEWS | 03/06/2020

Real Madrid saw off Juventus in a 4-1 win in Cardiff with goals from Cristiano Ronaldo (2), Casemiro and Asensio.
On 3 June 2017, Real Madrid lifted the Duodécima (the club's 12th European Cup crown) in Cardiff (Wales). Juventus provided the opposition in this final, in which Cristiano Ronaldo put us in front, only for Mandzukic to level matters shortly afterwards for the Italians. In a blistering second-half display, Real Madrid produced a masterclass and put the result beyond Juventus's reach with a further three goals, scored by Casemiro, Cristiano Ronaldo and Marco Asensio.
This triumph saw Real Madrid become the first club to secure the trophy in consecutive seasons under the current Champions League format, a record that was further extended the following season when the team clinched the Decimotercera against Liverpool. In the 2016/17 edition, Zinedine Zidane's men came up against Sporting CP, Borussia Dortmund and Legia Warszawa in the group stage, before facing Napoli, Bayern Munich and Atlético Madrid in the knockout rounds. Meanwhile, 58 years ago to the day, Real Madrid captured the club's fourth European Cup crown on 3 June 1959.
1- Juventus: Buffon, Dani Alves, Bonucci, Barzagli (Cuadrado, 66’), Álex Sandro, Chiellini, Khedira, Pjanic (Marchisio, 71’), Dybala (Lemina, 78’), Mandzukic, Higuaín.
4- Real Madrid: Keylor Navas, Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo, Casemiro, Kroos (Morata, 89’), Isco (Asensio, 82’), Modric, Benzema (Bale, 77’), Cristiano Ronaldo.

0-1 (min. 20): Cristiano Ronaldo.
1-1 (min. 27): Mandzukic.
1-2 (min. 61): Casemiro.
1-3 (min. 64): Cristiano Ronaldo.
1-4 (min. 90): Asensio.

Referee: Felix Brych (Germany).
Stadium: National Stadium of Wales.