He’s done it again!
Sergio Ramos has become the first defender in Champions League final history to score in more than one showpiece.
The Real Madrid legend has fired his side into a 1-0 half-time lead over Atletico Madrid in Milan.
— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) May 28, 2016
Ramos – who scored the equaliser in this exact fixture two years ago – poked home from close range on 15 minutes, after Gareth Bale had flicked on a Toni Kross free kick.
If Real can hang on – which, judging by the first 45, they could do comfortably – they will become the first club to win 11 European Cups.
Real boss Zidedine Zidane won the Champions League once as a player, scoring a stunner in the 2002 final for the club he is now managing.
Zidane also lost two finals, though, during his time with Juventus.