In Spain they were dreaming of the ultimate 'Clasico' - A Champions League final between arch-rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The Catalan giants had already claimed their place in the Berlin final, the night before, so when Cristiano Ronaldo fired Los Blancos ahead against Juventus, putting his side ahead on away goals, the dream was very much still alive for Real Madrid.
However, and as fate would ultimately have it, a certain former Real Madrid favourite would burst the Bernabeu bubble.
In the 57th minute, Alvaro Morata, who had given his side the early edge in Turin a week ago, fired in the equaliser on the night for Juventus, giving the Italian side a 3-2 advantage.
There were no euphoric celebrations from the Spaniard, the 22-year-old maintaining his deep sense of respect for his former employers; the club who were the springboard for his career.
He was swiftly surrounded by jubilant team-mates though, as the stunned Bernabeu crowd absorbed the impact their former gem had made.
Whilst Real Madrid and their fans had their hearts set on a second consecutive Champions League final, of those who celebrated triumph in Oporto last season, only Morata will be repeating that feat.