Well Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, who was working as a pundit for the game, thought they were.
Real Madrid won the game 4-1 on Saturday night thanks to a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo and one each from Casemiro and Marco Asensio.
Following the match there were jubilant celebrations from the Real squad, who became the first side to win the competition in its current state back-to-back and was a record 12th success.
A couple of the players wanted to take a memento from the occasion and started to cut pieces of the net from one of the goals.
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Sergio Ramos was one of the Real Madrid players cutting the net after Champions League Final
It must be to wind Gerard Pique up
Steven Gerrard on Real Madrid stars cutting the goal net
Pique is famous for doing the same after Barcelona win finals and did so following the Copa Del Rey win over Deportivo Alaves last month.
Former Real Madrid midfielder Steve McManaman was bemused as to why captain Sergio Ramos, reserve goalkeeper Kiko Casilla and striker Alvaro Morata among others were cutting the net.
"What's he going to do with that?" he said on BT Sport.
Gerrard claimed it was aimed at their Barcelona rival, saying: "It must be to wind Pique up.
Steven Gerrard says Real Madrid players were trying to wind up Barcelona defender Gerard Pique
Barcelona star Gerard Pique is famous for cutting the net after final victories
"That's what he does doesn't it?"
Former Barca striker Gary Lineker did not have a problem with it and enjoyed what he was seeing.
"They're all having a snip away there, look at that," he said.