A Zidane Zidane inspired Real Madrid became the first Club in the history to win the trophy in consecutive years.
Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring at Millennium, with Juventus drawing level through a splendid strike from Mario Mandzukic before Casimiro edged Madrid in front through a deflected effort and the Portuguese skipper scored his second goal then Marco Asensio adding a late goal to secure the glory of 12th European Cup.
Welish capital was overwhelmed by the performance of Cristiano Ronaldo who scored his 600th goal for club and country.
It was the Spanish side who made the principal chance after the restart, with Luka Modric discovering some space fresh and letting fly with a strike that Gianluigi Buffon could get crosswise over to manage.
Zinedine Zidane’s side kept on heaping on the weight as the second half wore on and were remunerated when Casemiro’s hit from the edge of the zone took a major redirection off Sami Khedira and circled past Buffon into the corner in the 61st minute.
Gareth Bale was esteemed just sufficiently fit for a place on the bench as Zidane rolled out only one improvement from their La Liga win on the last day of the season, Dani Carvajal beginning once again Danilo at right back.
Massimiliano Allegri’s side were looking confident in the first quarter of the match as they tested the goal keeping skills of Kelor Navas several times. But the Spanish side turn the situation in their side by playing counter attacking football.