REAL MADRID were greeted like heroes as they paraded their 14th European Cup through the city streets.
Los Blancos beat Liverpool 1-0 in Paris on Saturday night to win the Champions League.
Vinicius Jr. scored the second-half winner by chipping the back of Trent Alexander-Arnold at the far post.
The European trophy goes alongside their LaLiga and Supercup victories.
Thousands of fans lined the streets as Real displayed their trophies from the top of a bus.
A sea of towels and confetti greeted the Real heroes.
Real’s European glory came from club captain Marcelo at the club last season.
The Brazilian leaves the club with 25 major awards, making him the most decorated player in the club’s history.
Marcelo confirmed his exit, saying: “It was the final step in my journey as a Real Madrid player.”
Another outgoing star in Gareth Bale is set to leave Real on a high note.
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Despite a love-hate relationship with Real’s fan base, Bale clinched his fifth Champions League title on Saturday.
The Welshman is set to leave the club when his contract expires at the end of this season.
Luka Modric will stay for at least another year.
Meanwhile, boss Carlo Ancelotti became the most successful manager in UCL history.
The Italian has won SIX European Cups as a player and coach.
Liverpool had their own parade which featured both English Cups.
Jürgen Klopp’s Reds narrowly missed out on the Premier League and of course the Champions League.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/5448913/real-madrid-champions-league-trophy-parade/ Real Madrid gave the heroes a welcome as they performed the 14th European Cup along with the LaLiga trophy in front of delighted fans