Cristiano Ronaldo scored his third and fourth Champions League final goals on Saturday evening, but can you name every goalscorer from Europe’s showpiece game since 2000?
Ronaldo, who had previously scored for Manchester United in the 2008 final and for Real Madrid in 2014, helped Los Blancos become the first team to retain the Champions League trophy with a 4-1 win over Juventus.
You will surely not struggle to name the other goalscorers from the game in Cardiff, but we’re here to test how well you know the Champions League finals of years gone by.
We’re being kind by only looking at this side of the millennium. And we’ve given you 10 minutes to name every goalscorer. Good luck!
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