With the final whistle at the Stade de France, the party was immediate.
Real Madrid had beaten Liverpool 1-0,
winning their 14th Champions League
and, following tradition, hundreds of Madridistas began to disembark at Cibeles.
"We are the kings of Europe," shouted four friends, among the first to arrive at this central square,
which soon filled with onlookers and fans
"She has suffered enough, but we already have her... One more," said a young man leaning against the separation fences.
Nearby, Iván, from Zaragoza, declared himself on his knees to a Mexican student before the Telemadrid cameras.
I would have to consult my boyfriend
, who lives in Germany," the girl replied.
And, with good humor, he accepted the refusal of the gallant attempt.
The mild temperature of the Madrid night invited us to go out into the street.
Shouts and chants provided the soundtrack
to a celebration in which the most chanted name was
The Belgian goalkeeper, MVP for the fans thanks to his saving saves, conquered the hearts and proclamations of Madrid.
"I don't care if I lose my voice,
on Monday I telecommute
," said another young man, half stuck, the result of an early celebration drenched in alcohol.
Hundreds of Madrid fans in Cibeles.SERGIO PÉREZEFE
, for his goal, and
, for his physical work, were also remembered at this
As happened a few weeks ago after the conquest of the League, the vast majority of those present did not want to miss the opportunity to
immortalize the moment
, mobile in hand, recording videos and taking
with the Goddess Cibeles.
"You don't suffer with Madrid, I was sure we were going to win," said a veteran, decked out in the Madridista jersey.
Although his calm was not shared by the majority of attendees, who recognized that this Champions League
"has been all suffering"
: "PSG, Chelsea, City... And now Liverpool. It has been very hard, we have had a lot wrong... But now it's time to enjoy it".
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