Real Madrid's most remarkable Champions unleashed madness on the streets of Madrid, where they witnessed an incredible day that saw the triumph at the Stade de France for the Fourteenth time. Chamartin fans embraced the heroes of Liverpool, and the night was filled with joyous pictures. It marked the end of an extraordinary season for Carlo Ancelotti's team. Bale didn't want to miss the party.
After 6:30 p.m., the Real Madrid squad, its president and the coaching staff visited the Almudena Cathedral. Here, the white expedition took its first mass-bath and presented the Virgin with the three titles it had received throughout the course.
Next, we visited the Community of Madrid headquarters, where Isabel Diaz Ayuso (real Madrid supporter) was the happy mistress of ceremonies. The leader of the popular ones, who travelled to Paris to see the final against Liverpool at Stade de France, was presented with a replica of the orejona' she had raised in fervor. She wore a commemorative shirt from the 14-time king, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, as she thanked her for carrying the Madrid name "throughout the globe" and for preserving the "values of effort and excellence in sport".
Ayuso paid special attention to "San Courtois", Saint-Denis' hero with his "gadget arm", while Florentino Perez spoke a few words about Marcelo, the greatest footballer in Real Madrid's history, who said goodbye to his home. And Carlo Ancelotti was legend of the top continental competition, with four trophies that he cherishes as a coach before they went out on the balcony at the Real Casa de Correos and welcomed the thousands of Madrid.
It was impossible not to visit the City Hall where Jose Luis Martinez Almeida, the rojiblanco, made his mark. The councilor laughed as he described the incredible path Ancelotti's team took to conquer the Decimocuarta. Gary Lineker stated that football is a sport where eleven are playing eleven, and Germany always wins. Real Madrid won the European Cup, he said with resignation. They then boarded a convertible bus to Plaza de Cibeles where they met an impressive crowd since early afternoon.
Ancelotti and the Real Madrid footballers were radiant as they approached their long-awaited meeting. They sang and danced unassisted, a reflection of the joy of a fan who was elated to be able to entertain such a great team. There were many gestures of complicity among the squad. The chant of "champions champions" was heard as the "orejona" passed from one hand to the other. A liturgy was created that was celebrated for its repetition so many times that it reached its peak when Marcelo tied the scarf to the statue that is revered by Real Madrid.
Hazard's speech was significant as well. He promised to give all he had after three seasons of struggling. His former Chelsea teammate joined him in a last show of affection.