Festa Real, Ancelotti acclaimed to the tune of Seven Nation Army. And Modric announces the renewal

In Madrid it is time to celebrate the fifteenth Champions League, won yesterday in the Wembley final against Borussia Dortmund. After the open-top bus parade through the streets of the capital, the European champions were acclaimed by the fans first at Plaza de Cibeles and then at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Welcomed by the fans’ chorus to the tune of Seven Nation Army by the White Stripes, Carlo Ancelotti he was the first to be called to enter the field in a packed and celebrating stadium. “The best coach in the world”, announces the speaker”, while King Charles is almost moved: “I want to say something. Winning gives us a lot of happiness, but the greatest happiness is the way we share it with you. Spending nights like this is spectacular. We will all continue together to fight, play, win, dream. With you and for you. This stage is capable of generating an energy that has allowed and will allow us to never give up, to do perhaps unthinkable things. Everyone knows that 90 minutes at the Bernabéu is a long time,” said the Italian coach.

Then it was the turn of the other protagonists: Jude Bellinghamwelcomed by the song “Hey Jude” by the Beatles; Vinicius Jr., the future Ballon d’Or according to the Madridista people. Then Toni Kroos, who was insistently asked by the fans “not to leave” and who declared almost in tears: “I want to thank you for the last week, for the unforgettable farewell in this stadium. I want to say thank you for these ten unforgettable years, from day one until today you have helped me and given me so much love. I love you.” In the end, Luka Modricwho practically announced the renewal: “What a joy to be here again. Thank you so much for your support throughout the year. This Cup is yours too. See you next season.”