Real Madrid won Champions League final: Records and history made after victory at Wembley

Real Madrid beat Borussia Dortmund to win the Champions League 23/24, as Dani Carvajal and Vinicius Jr. scored late in the final at Wembley.

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Los Blancos made history and broke record after record with the inevitable victory at the cost of Marco Reus’ final game at Dortmund, which ended in heartbreak.

Dortmund 0-2 Real Madrid – Champions League final

It was a weird season for Carlo Ancelotti’s side. They had never been a better side in crucial games, yet they eventually won them.

Was it luck? Yes, but it was also Real Madrid – it’s not how it started or gone, it’s how it’s done that matters the most.

In the end, Los Blancos proved they are a ruthless winning machine in the Champions League. They surged late, as always, to claim another big-ear trophy of Europe’s elite competition.

Dortmund had more shots and goal-scoring chances in the first half, while the Bundesliga side was better.

Dani Carvajal scored for Real Madrid at the Champions League final
Dani Carvajal scored for Real Madrid at the Champions League final

But Thibaut Courtois showed his class on a night Ancelotti chose him over hero Lunin in the post, just like in the 2021/22 final against Liverpool.

Dortmund’s Karim Adeyemi missed two first-half chances, and striker Niclas Fullkrug hit the post, with recalled Courtois providing a formidable barrier.

Dortmund would pay the ultimate price for not taking their chances, with Real experts at making their opportunities count. And the nightmare of Wembley final 2012 just returned, as Real did what they did best: punish the mistakes.

Real, inevitably, raised the stakes, with Dani Carvajal glancing home a header from a corner 16 minutes from time before Vinicius Jr raced clear onto Jude Bellingham’s pass to add a second nine minutes later.

The Records that Real Madrid made

Real Madrid brought home the 15th UCL trophy in high fashion: undefeated.

They have made history by winning the Champions League without a single defeat, finishing the campaign with 7 wins and 3 draws.

Italian manager Ancelotti became the first to win five UCL titles, the best in European Cup/ Champions League history.

Departing Toni Kroos – who had his last assist for Real Madrid – equalled a record alongside his comrades. Kroos, Luka Modric, Nacho and Carvajal now won six Champions League – equal Madrid legend Paco Gento.

Real Madrid stars equal legend's record of 5 UCL titles
Real Madrid stars equal legend’s record of 5 UCL titles

Meanwhile, Modric, who will soon sign a one-year-extension contract, is now the most decorated Real Madrid player in history with 26 titles.

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