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The five most prolific teams in Champions League history

So after leading Real Madrid to Champions League glory in Cardiff, scoring twice in a 4-1 win over Juventus, the Portuguese genius made sure he had those close to him by his side. “He knows his players very well and his players pay him back on the pitch”, added Deschamps, who refused to disclose if he had personally congratulated Zidane by telephone. What I can tell you is I am extremely happy and grateful to this great club that ha given me the opportunity to coach these players that are also fantastic.I’ll go as far as I can.”We have won three Champions Leagues in four seasons so we have to be in that category”, he said. I’m in a good moment. “I think we feel that we are an unbelievable team”.Gareth Bale has insisted that he has no intention of leaving Real Madrid this summer, amid speculation that Manchester United may attempt to sign the Wales forward for a fee of more than £100 million (S$177 million).”I’m very happy. It was an unbelievable season again”.Ronaldo netted the first and third goals, reaching 600 career goals in the process, as Real were crowned European champions for the 12th time.Two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo saw Real add to their La Liga success and become the only club in the Champions League era to successfully retain the trophy. We again won the Champions League title.”This season was unbelievable again, last season was incredible”.And Croatia playmaker Modric, who brilliantly set up Ronaldo’s second goal, was quick to pay tribute to manager Zinedine Zidane.Juventus, which lost the 2015 final to Real Madrid’s archrival Barcelona, scored with Mario Mandzukic.”Any team that wins the Europa League should feel honoured to be able to take on the best team in Europe with the European champions Real Madrid“, he said.Real Madrid were playing brilliantly, and dominated the ball again around the 64-minute mark.