He said: "We are disappointed".
From there the squad headed to the club's Santiago Bernabeu where a capacity 81,000 fans are expected for further celebrations, including a lights show and firework display. We thought we had enough to win the game. "Real Madrid have a feeling with finals; they are used to winning them", goalkeeper Gigi Buffon stated prior to the match.
Talking after the match, Allegri said that the loss came after their performance dropped off after half time. "We had to try to score a goal, get ahead, and then defend in the second part of the game".
After Ronaldo opened the scoring by turning home Real's first shot on goal, Mandzukic scored a sublime overhead kick - surely one of the greatest ever goals ever to grace this stage. "To give someone the opportunity, because I consider myself a man of the house because I played with this team for many years, this club or me is in my heart".
"We need to just keep doing what we are doing, because I think we can win many more titles in the future". It was a different story after the break, however, and though Juve's brilliantly drilled defence initially kept Real at arm's length, they were undone by that two-goal salvo.
The Serie A champions progressed to the showpiece in Cardiff having suffered no defeats and conceded only three goals in their 12 games in the tournament, but Madrid blew them away with a superb second-half showing to secure a 4-1 victory.
Real claimed their third Champions League title in four seasons by brushing aside Juventus 4-1 at the National Stadium of Wales in Cardiff on Saturday night. In this context, however, he does not want to worry about numerology, he said, 'the age is just a number to me.
"It's been an extraordinary season". We won Serie A and the Coppa Italia and reached the Champions League final. "If it were up to me, everyone would stay", Perez told Antena 3. "We are a very good team and we deserved to win the league and the Champions League, it's not been an easy jo".
"We feel the football in the same way".