Real Madrid works the miracle and won his tenth Champions League

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The white team won Saturday tenth European Cup, to ratify its historical supremacy in European competitions (Photo: mundodeportivo)

Real Madrid, run by Italian Carlo Ancelotti, beat Saturday by a score of 4-1 at Atletico Madrid at Estadio da Luz to win the Champions League Championship; title not getting from editing 2002.Las things did not start well for the troops led by Diego ‘Cholo’ Simeone, who was forced to replace their star striker Diego Costa, shortly after starting the game due to a relapse injury in most reciente.Un output error goalkeeper Iker Casillas allowed Atletico early lead thanks to header from Diego Godin when the clock marked the fraction 36. ‘That blow was not easy to digest for Real Madrid that despite all the chances created and possession of the ball could not beat the arch Courtois. Amid the despair offensive almost conceded the second when Adrián López could not define an individual move four minutes after the first tanto.El start of the second half brought the white team with offensive intentions but are playing criteria; so the Atletico defense had no difficulty resist most attacks Real Madrid.Gareth Bale wasted the clearest opportunity and his team finished off the hand to hand then get rid of two opposites for a counterattack.The minutes passed and Ancelotti’s team could not find the hole in the tight defensive system Simeone; and when all gave Atletico a conqueror; Sergio Ramos hit a header to tie the game in the third minute of overtime agregado.Ya, Bale could head off a great career Argentina’s Angel Di Maria to realize the merengue comeback and lunge to the team that was the league champion week anterior.Ocho minutes after the Brazilian Marcelo settlement this final encounter with the third goal of Real Madrid; and two minutes later Cristiano Ronaldo put final figures from twelve pasos.Con this Champions League, Real Madrid became the only European team that has a history of ten European Cups; six under the old format and four in the Champions League title.