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Watch: Real Madrid players celebrate in dressing room after reaching 3rd straight UCL final

There were hugs and high-fives all around as the Los Blancos celebrated yet another final appearance!

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How did Real Madrid celebrate reaching their third straight UEFA Champions League final in the dressing room?

With plenty of high-fives, bear hugs and exclamatory ‘Siiiii’s’ of course!

😀💫 This is how we celebrated reaching the Champions League final! ¡Así celebramos nuestro pase a la final de la Champions! #APorLa13

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Under Zinedine Zidane, Los Blancos have transformed into a side that despite not having an aura of invincibility, have proven to be an unstoppable force in the continental competition.

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After edging Bayern Munich 2-1 in the first leg at the Allianz Arena last week, the 12-time champions (and double defending champions) were favourites to reach the final in Kiev.

Yet, they were put under constant pressure from the Bavarian giants and many felt they were somewhat lucky to progress after a pulsating 2-2 draw (4-3 on aggregate).

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The much-reviled figure of Karim  Benzema was the hero for Zinedine Zidane’s side with a brace while Keylor Navas saved their blushes time and again with an inspired display between the sticks.

The second semi-final takes place on Wednesday night, with Liverpool leading Roma 5-2 from the first leg at Anfield.

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Considering the three-goal cushion and the Reds’ sensational form in front of goal this season, Jurgen Klopp’s men look like the likely candidates to give Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. a run for their money on May 27.

Madrid now turn their attention to the small matter of the El Clasico on Sunday night.

Eternal rivals Barcelona may have wrapped up the La Liga title already, but Real will look to end their unbeaten record when the Catalans host the capital outfit at the Nou Camp.