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"How can I not love you!" shouted the ecstatic crowd at the Plaza de Cibeles — a traditional meeting point for Real’s trophy celebrations Three-time World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo struck the winning spot-kick in a 5-3 penalties victory over Atletico Madrid at Milan’s San Siro stadium Real Madrid Champions League win with fans in Madrid Getty It is the second time in three years that Real have defeated Atletico in the final The players snapped photos of the raucous crowd from a platform specially erected at Cibeles and team captain Sergio Ramos waved the large silver trophy for the cheering supporters At Real’s Santiago Bernabeu stadium around 50000 supporters had followed the action from the tense final on four giant television screens The Real Madrid players who arrived home from Milan around 6:00 am (0400 GMT) headed directly for Cibeles where the fans had been celebrating since midnight The football-mad Spanish capital of 32 million people had been dominated by the two clubs crests and colours in a frenzied build-up to the final which was expected to attract a worldwide audience of 180 million people in over 200 countries ‘Unforgettable and gruelling’ Praise poured in for Real Madrid including from Spain’s acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy "Epic final in the League of Champions" he tweeted "Congratulations to all. for the 11th" Another public celebration with the team is planned for Sunday night in their stadium which will follow a reception with city leaders "I am delighted Two Champions League titles in three years it is incredible" said Monica Gonzalez a 25-year-old Real fan "They (Atletico) deserved it They almost played better I am happy my team won but it could have been any of the two teams" However Gonzalez’s boyfriend Jaime de Francisco an Atletico fan couldn’t hide his disappointment as once again the red and white half of Madrid was forced to life in Real’s shadow Just 500 metres (yards) away from wild scenes of celebration at Cibeles the Neptuno fountain — where Atletico fans go to celebrate their triumphs — was empty Spanish daily sports newspaper Marca captured the mood describing Real as "the king of Europe" adding that manager Zinedine Zidane had been "touched by a magic wand" "He was born to play for Real Madrid. and to lead them" wrote the paper "A supreme derby exhausting stifling" wrote the AS sports newspaper Spain’s bestselling El Pais newspaper described the final as "unforgettable and gruelling" with an editorial arguing that Atletico have nothing to regret saying that they were "far superior at the start (and) must be gritting their teeth" Two matches in and the pre-tournament suspicions can now be confirmed: Switzerland’s “golden generation” as the current squad is often called is desperately short of a finisher There will be no miraculous turnaround in the pitiful form of forward Haris Seferovic while the highly-rated 19-year-old Breel Embolo on evidence of his brief second-half cameo against Romania isn’t cut out to make an impact on the international stage just yet It is this long-standing weakness of the Swiss team that continues to hurt them on the pitch With no end to the problem in sight – the squad having limited alternatives – it will most likely prove to be decisive in their pursuit of glory Switzerland’s Xherdan Shaqiri takes a freekick Reuters For now though by earning a come-from-behind 1-1 draw against Romania in Paris via Admir Mehmedi’s sweetly-struck volley the Swiss have virtually booked their passage to the knockout rounds – which will be their first appearance beyond the group stage at a European Championship In that sense they are on the brink of making history However you can’t help but feel underwhelmed by their display Coach Vladimir Petkovic’s side had been fortunate to come away with an opening-game win against minnows Albania who played nearly an hour with 10 men Goalkeeper Yann Sommer had bailed them out then On Wednesday the Swiss were worthy of a point but nothing more – and against another inferior opponent in Romania that is a matter of great concern Problems again stemmed from the lack of a cutting edge upfront Seferovic who missed several chances against Albania continued in the same vein First he wriggled away smartly from his marker Vlad Chiriches on the edge of the box but shot narrowly wide Then later in the first half he had the goal at his mercy but shot tamely into the hands of the goalkeeper The 24-year-old forward had endured a torrid 2015-16 season at German Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt scoring only three times in 32 appearances while he added only three goals in a two-year long Euro 2016 qualifying campaign It was hoped that scoring a goal or two could spark an upsurge in form That goal hasn’t come yet while chances have gone begging At least he has linked up well with his teammates to find space which is scant consolation for a striker who’ll be judged only on his scoring feats Embolo who replaced Seferovic midway through the second half wasted a clear-cut opportunity as well when he headed skipper Stephen Lichtsteiner’s cross wide of goal He was a more physical and troublesome presence for the Romanian defence to deal with but his decision-making was often questionable – it was littered with aimless enthusiasm of youth He did however add a greater sense of purpose on the pitch but there was precious little in terms of output The 19-year-old who has made a name for himself at Swiss champions FC Basel is hailed as the country’s next big talent In January earlier this year FC Basel had in fact rejected a 27million offer for him from Germany’s VFL Wolfsburg But it remains to be seen whether his brief appearance convinced Petkovic to grant him more game time in upcoming matches When your forwards aren’t scoring it builds pressure on the rest of the team Goals from midfield become a necessity rather than a bonus turning players into nervous shooters Defenders feel the pressure too since without the comfort of goals at the other end one mistake from them becomes potentially decisive Indeed Lichtsteiner’s silly tug of the shirt gifted Romania a penalty and a goal – one of the few clear chances they had all game Switzerland have scored only twice in two matches at Euro 2016 Goals scored by a defender and a forward-turned-winger Both goals have resulted from corner-kicks which hasbeen their most profitable source During qualifying nearly one-third of Swiss goals arrived from corners But Petkovic’s side need to do more from open play Performance of the Swiss midfield was impressive but not spectacular Arsenal-bound Granit Xhaka officially awarded the ‘Man of the Match’ award for the second straight game once again dictated the tempo with over a century of passes but he lacked a much-needed creative edge to his game Playmaker-winger Xherdan Shaqiri the most famous face of the team failed to live up to his potential yet again Valon Behrami meanwhile put in a stellar defensive shift while Blerim Dzemaili had another lively game supporting the centre-forward Full-backs Lichtsteiner who had a disappointing game by his high standards and Ricardo Rodriguez provided plenty of width in attack with their team comfortably dominating possession Switzerland however do not appear to be a cohesive unit on the pitch Prior to the match Shaqiri’s comments suggesting he will consider playing for Kosovo one of FIFA’s newest member nations were poorly timed It hasn’t set well with him that he was ignored for Swiss captaincy (and vice-captaincy for that matter) but by placing his own interests over his team’s in the middle of a major tournament he has shown why he isn’t captain material On the pitch Shaqiri hasn’t inspired his team yet You certainly expect more from a player nicknamed ‘The Alpine Messi’ Shaqiri was the top-scorer in qualifying with four goals And for Switzerland to stand any chance of progressing deep into the tournament it is up to players like him to compensate for a painful lack of potency in the striking department Novak Djokovic celebrated his first wedding anniversary with a third Wimbledon triumph on Sunday and insisted getting married to longtime girlfriend Jelena Ristic was key to his success The world number one has captured nine titles and lost just seven matches since he and Ristic wed on July 12 last year just a week after he had won a second Wimbledon by beating Roger Federer On Sunday he defeated Federer again for a third All England Club title and ninth major Novak Djokovic changes his shirt during his Men’s Singles Final match against Roger Federer Getty "One year ago I won the trophy and on this day we got married started a new life together It’s really an amazing chapter of my life that I’m trying to enjoy as much as I can" said Djokovic after his 7-6 (7/1) 6-7 (10/12) 6-4 6-3 victory Three months after their wedding Jelena gave birth to the couple’s first child Stefan "That was another great dimension of love and energy for us Got us even closer together" added the Serb "Whether I’m winning or losing she’s always there Family’s always there When I go back home I’m not a tennis player anymore I’m a father and a husband That’s a kind of balance that I think allows me to play this well "Ever since I got married and became a father I haven’t lost many matches I won many tournaments I suggest that to every player Get married have kids" AFP the first race since F1’s sale was announced and which was also attended by its new chairman, “Pakistan is still not over the trauma inflicted by India in the wars of 1965, Gautam was last seen sporting a semi-formal look in a Forever 21 T-shirt and Zara checkered trousers. ?but denied having done anything wrong.
There was a lot of pressure from various stakeholders since the subject was very controversial. “Republican Sena is not the party for any individual section like Dalits or any other.the famous Indian classical singer from the Kirana gharana, The guilty students will also not to be allowed to get admission in any other educational institution in the state during the period of their rustication.