MADRID - Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos
managed to keep a firm grip on the King's Cup when the club
officially presented the trophy to thousands of fans in the
centre of Madrid on Wednesday.
Last month, the Spain defender dropped the trophy off the
front of an open-topped bus, which then ran over it, as the team
joined fans in the early hours of the morning to celebrate
beating Barcelona 1-0 in the King's Cup Final on April 20.
"Thank you very much for all being here with us," Ramos told
fans. "Don't worry, the cup's secure, it won't fall."
Club captain Iker Casillas, who lifted the World Cup for
Spain at the finals in South Africa last year, added: "With this
team I am sure we will win more trophies."
The King's Cup was Real's first trophy in three seasons, and
the first under Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho, who took the
reins at the nine-time European Cup winners 12 months ago.
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