Real Madrid superstar scored twice to win an historic second successive European title with Los Blancos against Juventus
CRISTIANO RONALDO wants his doubters to sing a different tune after his Champions League heroics.
The Real Madrid talisman scored twice against Cardiff last night to achieve an historic successive European title for the La Liga giants.
Record-breaker Ronaldo became the first player to net in three finals, bagged his 600th career goal and Real’s 500th in the Champions League.
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Amazingly, the former Manchester United star – who won his fourth winners medal in the Juventus win – has been BOOED this season by a section of his own fans.
But he said: “I scored two goals, am the top scorer in the Champions League again.
“The objective is to win next season’s Champions League, it is not easy, but nothing is impossible. The people who always criticise Cristiano are going to have put their guitar back in its case.
“I have finished the season well. I am very happy as we are the first team to win two consecutive Champions Leagues, and scoring two goals.
“The double is another record for all these players, who deserve it.”
Real’s stunning success means boss Zinedine Zidane has won two Champions Leagues and a La Liga title in two years at the Bernabeu.
And Ronaldo, 32, was full of praise for the Frenchman. He said: “I prepared myself for this, you win the biggest prizes because of what you do at the end of the season.
“Zidane gave us a very positive halftime team talk and told us he really believed in us.
“It has been an incredible end to the season by us. We are the first team to win it two years in a row and I scored two goals. It’s another record for us and the players deserve it and so do I because I scored twice and I’m the top scorer in the Champions League.”
Ronaldo’s first came in the 20th minute when he swept in Dani Carvajal’s pull-back past Gianluigi Buffon.
The Portuguese then tapped in for his second in the 64th minute to send Real on their way.