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Real Madrid beat Atletico on penalties to win Champions League

Real Madrid earned Europe's biggest club trophy for a record 11th time by defeating Atletico Madrid 5-3 on penalties, as the Champions League final finished 1-1 after extra-time on Saturday.

Sergio Ramos' first-half goal was cancelled out by Yannick Carrasco in the 79th minute, but neither team could find a winner in 120 minutes.

In the shootout, Atletico's Juanfran hit the post and Cristiano Ronaldo delivered the clinching penalty for Real to secure their second Champions League title in three years, and their fifth since 1998.

Real were in control early, when Gareth Bale earned a free kick on the side of the box in the sixth minute.

The Welshman played the ball into the six-yard box, where Karim Benzema and Casemiro converged to redirect

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