Cristiano Ronaldo helped Real Madrid win the Champions League by scoring two against Juventus
Ronaldo backed up his eight goals for Real Madrid in the quarter and semi-finals by opening the scoring after 20 minutes with a deflected effort.
Mario Mandzukic scored a stunning overhead kick to equalise for Juventus but another deflected strike, this time from Casemiro, and Ronaldo's second in the space of three second half minutes sealed an historic win for Los Blancos, before Marco Asensio rounded off the game with a 90th minute goal.
Zinedine Zidane's side have become the first team to win the Champions League back-to-back and Ronaldo has helped them collect three trophies in the last four seasons.
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard was in awe of the performance of the Portugal forward Ronaldo.
"It's frightening, it's scary," he said on BT Sport.
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Mario Mandzukic scored a stunning equaliser during the Champions League final against Real Madrid
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Juventus' Mario Mandzukic scored a stunning goal in the Champions League final
Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals to help Real Madrid beat Juventus in the Champions League Final
"What he delivers on the biggest stage, the Ballon D'Or should be his.
"These are the games that lead you to win that trophy, today he's delivered again.
"Shame he never got a hat-trick because it would have been quarter-final, semi-final, final.
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"That would have been another record broken for Ronaldo."
Ronaldo's former Manchester United team-mate Rio Ferdinand paid tribute to his work off the pitch as well as on it.
"I think the way Zidane has allowed Cristiano Ronaldo to manage himself and manage his body and playing a part in that is only going to add to the longevity that he can keep playing.
"He is a fantastic specimen anyway, but the nutrition and everything he goes through with his body, getting himself ready for this stage of the season, the back end of the season, is something to marvel at."