Cristiano Ronaldo explains his post-Champions League final haircut

Solenn Plantier
Juin 7, 2017

Cristiano Ronaldo Jnr, wearing Real Madrid's purple away kit, was seen luring two other children onto the Santiago Bernabeu pitch to challenge him as Real Madrid celebrated their Champions League win over Juventus back in Spain.

Gareth Bale is enjoying life at Spanish champions Real Madrid and has committed his future to the club, the Welsh worldwide said after the side's Champions League triumph, Saturday.

"I am very happy".

On June 3, Real Madrid won the Champions League for the 12th time.

"To play a final in your home city is incredible, but to win it is better still".

However, the injury-plagued 27-year-old made only 19 league appearances for the club as they won their first LaLiga title since 2011.

Zidane left out stars like Cristiano Ronaldo and backed youngsters such as Marco Asensio, shuffling his pack as Madrid won their first domestic championship in five years and became the first team to retain the Champions League.

"Cristiano, Ballon d'Or!" he sang into the microphone, before being mobbed by teammates who accompanied him.

To add to how well life is going for Ronaldo, on Monday he was announced as the face of Federation Internationale de Football Association 18.

"Then we have Confederations Cup (in Russia)".

"I've signed a long-term contract at Madrid", he said.

"We knew this season was going to be different".

"He is the only one to win two consecutive Champions Leagues", added Perez.

It was another clinical display from Ronaldo, and there can be little argument that he is currently the best player in the world right now. You can always count on me'.

"I feel like this is the best team in history", one fan Alvaro Mora, who had travelled over 500 kilometres from the southern city of Almeria to take in the celebrations, told AFP.

Thanks to coach Zenadene Zidane who can who can point to a pair of Champions League trophies and a La Liga crown after just 18 months.

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