Inside Real Madrid’s celebrations – David Alaba leads the party with champagne spraying
During the celebrations of Real Madrid, David Alaba leads the party with champagne spouts, Carlo Ancelotti is in the middle… and Rodrygo swallows a sausage baguette after Champions League victory over Liverpool
- Real Madrid recorded a 1-0 victory over Liverpool in the Champions League final
- Vinicius Junior scored the only goal of the match in Paris just before the hour
- The Spanish giants celebrated their 14th Champions League victory in style
Real Madrid celebrated in style by dancing, squirting champagne and Rodrygo even ate what looked like a sausage baguette.
Los Blancos sealed a 14th Champions League crown on Saturday night at the Stade de France in Paris with a 1-0 win over Liverpool.
Vinicius Jr scored the only goal of the game midway through the second half when Federico Valverde shot the ball over the goal, hitting the Brazilian on the back post.
The win sparked cheering scenes for the Real squad in the locker rooms, with much of the action caught on cameras.
Vinicius Jr scored the only goal of the game to give 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 in the locker room as they celebrated their final trophy.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti was in the thick of the celebrations as players pose for photos with medal and prestigious trophy in the dressing room.
Perhaps one of the more bizarre moments was when Rodrygo posted a sausage baguette to his Instagram story after the game.
Los Blancos stars posed for photos with the Champions League trophy and medals
Striker Rodrygo swallowed a sausage baguette on his Instagram story after the game
Even Gareth Bale forgot one of the celebrations as he posed with the trophy alongside Croatian ace Luka Modric to cap off a turbulent but successful stint in Spain.
Austria’s Alaba and other star players took the time to celebrate talking to the Real Madrid YouTube channel.
“I am so happy and grateful to be able to experience this moment. It’s been an incredible season. We really have a special spirit in this team and I’m very happy and grateful to be a part of this story,” said the defender.
The Champions League win concludes a historic season for Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid after winning both the LaLiga and the European Cup.