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This Is Real Madrid’s Trophy Cabinet After Winning Their 13th Champions League Cup

This is really incredible. Champions League winners Real Madrid apparently need a bigger trophy cabinet after running out of space for a 13th European Cup. The club’s museum showcases all of their previous trophies in the competition side by side. After the historic ‘decima’ win in Lisbon four years ago, Real extended their trophy cabinet by two more slots.

But, after clinching an incredible third title in a row, Los Blancos more space.

Marca report that fans will have to wait another week to see club president Florentino Perez place the trophy in its new home.

Gareth Bale netted a double that put Liverpool to the sword, having also scored against Atletico Madrid four years ago.

After the historic ‘decima’ win in Lisbon four years ago, Real extended their trophy cabinet by two more slots.

But, after clinching an incredible third title in a row, Los Blancos more space.

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Marca report that fans will have to wait another week to see club president Florentino Perez place the trophy in its new home.

Gareth Bale netted a double that put Liverpool to the sword, having also scored against Atletico Madrid four years ago.

Real Madrid’s 13 European Cup wins

1956 – Paris: Real Madrid 4 Stade Reims 3

1957 – Madrid: Real Madrid 2 Fiorentina 0

1958 – Brussels: Real Madrid 3 AC Milan 2*

1959 – Stuttgart: Real Madrid 2 Stade Reims 0

1966 – Brussels: Real Madrid 2 Partizan Belgrade 1

1998 – Amsterdam: Real Madrid 1 Juventus 02000 – Paris: Real Madrid 3 Valencia 0

2002 – Glasgow: Real Madrid 2 Bayer Leverkusen 1

2014 – Lisbon: Real Madrid 4 Atletico Madrid 1*

2016 – Milan: Real Madrid 1 Atletico Madrid 1*

(Real Madrid won 5-3 on penalties)

2017 – Cardiff: Real Madrid 4 Juventus 1

2018 – Kiev: Real Madrid 3 Liverpool 1

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