Real Madrid La Decima 2014

.Real Madrid La Decima 2014

It was a long and hard-fought season, but in the end, Real Madrid emerged victorious, winning an unprecedented tenth Champions League trophy. La Decima was no easy feat, but the team fought tooth and nail for every game, ultimately coming out on top.

Now that the season is over, we can all sit back and enjoy the fruits of their labor. Congratulations to Real Madrid on an amazing achievement!

Why La Decima is so important to Real Madrid

Real Madrid’s La Decima is the club’s tenth European Cup/Champions League title, which they achieved by defeating city rivals Atlético Madrid in extra time in 2014 final. It was also Real Madrid’s first European Cup/Champions League title in twelve years since they last won the competition in 2002.

This video explains why La Decima was so important to Real Madrid and their fans:

In Spanish football, winning the European Cup/Champions League is known as “La Décima”. It is a term that is used to describe the tenth European Cup/Champions League title won by a team. In 2014, Real Madrid finally won their tenth European Cup/Champions League title, after a long wait of twelve years. The previous nine titles had been won by other clubs, including Barcelona (who have won five times), AC Milan (seven times), Liverpool (five times), and Bayern Munich (five times).

This made it, even more, sweeter for the Los Blancos fans.

The history of La Decima

La Decima is the name given to Real Madrid’s tenth European Cup/UEFA Champions League title, which they secured by winning the 2013-14 final.

The La Liga giants had come close to winning the tenth title on several occasions, most recently in 2002 when they lost 2-1 to Bayer Leverkusen in the final, but they finally got their hands on the trophy again after a dramatic 4-1 victory over city rivals Atlético Madrid in Lisbon.

The success also gave manager Carlo Ancelotti his third Champions League triumph, making him only the second coach after Bob Paisley to achieve such a feat.

The journey to La Decima

It had been almost a decade since Madrid had lifted the European Cup, and fans had begun to grow restless. In the 2013-14 season, they watched as their team came agonizingly close to winning La Liga, only to be pipped to the title by cross-city rivals Atlético Madrid on the final day of the season. Worse still, Madrid then lost to Atlético in the Champions League final, a match which saw club icon Sergio Ramos sent off and star player Cristiano Ronaldo injured.

The team started the season brightly, winning their first eight games in all competitions. However, they then hit a rough patch, losing four of their next six games. This included a humiliating 4-0 defeat at rival Barcelona in El Clásico.

The game itself

Real Madrid La Decima 2014

Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid had met four times in the Champions League before, with Real Madrid winning three and Atletico Madrid winning once. In the most recent meeting, in the 2013–14 Champions League group stage, Real Madrid won 4–1 at the Santiago Bernabéu.

going into the match, Atletico Madrid was unbeaten in their last 14 home matches in European competition, while Real Madrid had only lost one of their last 23 matches in the Champions League.

The aftermath

It’s been a few weeks now since Real Madrid finally claimed La Decima, their long-awaited tenth Champions League title. In the aftermath of their success, there has been much discussion about what this means for the Spanish giants and football as a whole.

Whatever your opinion on the matter, there is no doubt that Real Madrid’s victory was a historic achievement

The reaction from the players

The players of Real Madrid celebrated their club’s tenth European Cup success in style after the final whistle blew in Lisbon.

They first posed for a group photo with the trophy, before spraying champagne over each other and themselves.

Several players took to Twitter to express their joy at the win, with Gareth Bale tweeting: “What a night! La Decima!” and Cristiano Ronaldo writing: “We did it! Champions again!”

The reaction from the fans

The reaction from the fans was one of disbelief and joy.

Some fans were in tears, while others could not contain their excitement. Some could not believe that their team had finally done it.

This was a victory that meant so much to so many people. It was a historic moment for the club and the city of Madrid.

The reaction from the media

The Spanish and European press celebrated Madrid’s La Décima victory. In Spain, Marca led with the headline “La Décima is Ours”.
“It was all so perfect,” wrote Marca. “The BBC [Bale, Benzema, and Cristiano Ronaldo] scored the goals, but this was a triumph for Madrid as a whole. They were immense.”

“This was a different type of La Décima to that which we witnessed in Lisbon,” El Mundo Deplored. “It lacked the suspense of three years ago, but it did have its kind of charm. 

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