Ramos roars under the Lisbon lights as Casillas lifts La Decima - Champions League final in pictures

Pictures from the Champions League final as Real Madrid win their 10th title with an extra-time victory over city rivals Atletico Madrid
Goal takes a look back at the events that took place in Lisbon as the 2014 Champions League final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid was decided by three goals from Los Blancos in extra-time.

The glittering prize was on display before kick-off with both teams keen to be crowned 'Kings of Europe'

Estadio da Luz was split down the middle with a game of football to decide the fate of a city's pride

Injury doubt ahead of the final, Diego Costa, had to be replaced after just nine minutes

Gareth Bale wormed a way into the box but then shot wide after doing all the hard work

On 36 minutes Juanfran chipped the ball into the area and Diego Godin looped a header over Iker Casillas

Godin wheeled away and it was 1-0 to Atletico Madrid with their first effort on target finding the net

Cristiano Ronaldo attempted to direct Real Madrid's traffic as they struggled to break down Atleti

In the second half, Gareth Bale got behind the Atletico defence again but scuffed his shot wide

Just when it looked like Atletico had their hands on the trophy, Sergio Ramos equalised in stoppage time

Ramos silenced the Atletico fans and sent Madrid supporters into raptures and the game in to extra-time

As the game went into extra-time, Atleti rallied around to gather that famous team spirit

Their hopes were shattered when Di Maria forced a save from Courtois which fell to the head of Bale

Upset Atletico coach Diego Simeone made his feelings known to the referee during the extra-time break

After 118 minutes, Marcelo was allowed to march forward and fire a shot past Courtois, 3-1 to Madrid

Never one to be left out, Ronaldo got on the scoresheet after earning and converting a penalty

Flying the flag, Gareth Bale became the first Welshman to score in a Champions League final

Iker Casillas lifted the trophy as Real Madrid completed La Decima - ten European Cup titles