Inside Real Madrid’s celebrations – David Alaba leads the party with a champagne spray, Carlo Ancelotti is in the thick of the action… and Rodrygo tucks into a sausage baguette after Champions League win over Liverpool
- Real Madrid sealed a 1-0 victory over Liverpool in the Champions League final
- Vinicius Junior netted the only goal of the game just before the hour in Paris
- The Spanish giants celebrated their 14th Champions League victory in style
Real Madrid celebrated in style by dancing, spraying champagne and Rodrygo was even eating what appeared to be a sausage baguette.
Vinicius Jr scored the only goal of the game midway through the second-half when Federico Valverde fired the ball across the face of goal, giving the Brazilian a tap-in at the back post.
The victory prompted jubilant scenes among the Real squad inside the changing rooms with plenty of the action caught on cameras.
Vinicius Jr scored the only goal of the game to seal Real Madrid the Champions League victory
Rodrygo, Eder Militao and Vincius Jr all posed with the Champions League trophy and medals
Defender David Alaba led the party by dancing and spraying champagne around the changing room as they celebrated their latest trophy.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti was in the thick of all the celebrations, while players poses for pictures with medal, and the prestigious trophy inside the changing room.
Perhaps one of the more bizarre moments was forward Rodrygo tucking into a sausage baguette post-match on his Instagram story.
Los Blancos stars posed for pictures with the Champions League trophy and medals
Forward Rodrygo was tucking into a sausage baguette post-match on his Instagram story
Even forgotten about Gareth Bale was amongst the celebrations as he posed with the trophy alongside Croatian ace Luka Modric to cap off a turbulent but successful spell in Spain.
Austrian Alaba among other star players took time out of celebrating to speak with the Real Madrid YouTube channel.
‘I’m so happy and grateful to experience this moment. It has been an unbelievable season. We really have a special spirit in this team and i’m really happy and grateful to be a part of this story,’ the defender said.
The Champions League win caps off a historic season for Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid after winning both the LaLiga and the European Cup.