Cristiano Ronaldo's penalty against Atletico makes him the first player to score in a Champions League final for two different clubs, having found the net for Manchester United in 2008. Three other players - Raul, Samuel Eto'o and Lionel Messi - have scored in two finals but for the same club.
His goal lifts his record tally of goals for a single European Cup campaign to 17. He is now level in the competition's all-time goalscorer chart with Lionel Messi, on 67, four adrift of record marksman Raul Gonzalez.
Ever since I arrived at the club I always felt ready for this moment. The pressure is making me a better player every day.
— Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo