Rio Ferdinand and Steven Gerrard praised Real Madrid after they won the Champions League
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace and Casemiro and Marco Asensio netted another each to seal a 4-1 win for Real Madrid over Juventus.
Mario Mandzukic equalised for the Old Lady in the first half with a stunning overhead kick after Ronaldo had given the Spanish side the lead.
But two goals in the space of three minutes in the second half time was enough for Zinedine Zidane's side to become the first team to win the Champions League back-to-back.
Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand was impressed with the ease of Real's win.
"Great performance," he said on BT Sport.
Mario Mandzukic's stunning goal against Real Madrid in Champions League final Sat, June 3, 2017
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
Testament to Juventus in the first half, I thought they looked a better team but the experience in this Real Madrid team, the belief in themselves
Rio Ferdinand on Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid
"They came out in the second half, turned the screw, and literally blew this team away.
"This is a team that doesn't concede goals, keep clean sheets for fun, the best defence for the last six years in Italy."
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Liverpool hero Steven Gerrard was disappointed with Juventus' second half showing and believes Real were worthy victors.
"I think that's one of the easiest games Sergio Ramos has played today," he said.
"I thought (Gonzalo) Higuain was very poor. You've got to give Casemiro credit for keeping (Paulo) Dybala quiet and these are key battles that we mentioned before the game that were going to be won or lost.
"Second half Madrid won all the battles all over the pitch. Juve were superb first half, they were aggressive, they were pressing all over the pitch and they created the better chances.
"But whatever was said at half time, there was definitely a difference in approach from the Madrid players.
"They were more positive, they were more confident, they were much the better team."