Real Madrid won the Champions League final Saturday for its record 10th European title, scoring three times in the second period of extra time to beat Atletico Madrid 4-1 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Gareth Bale scored on a header in the 110th minute, Marcelo connected in the 118th, and Cristiano Ronaldo capped the spree on a penalty kick.

Atletico was on the brink of victory, but Sergio Ramos tied it on a header in the third minute of stoppage time at the end of 90 minutes.

"It's the most important goal I've ever scored. We made history against a great rival," Ramos said.

Diego Godin put Atletico ahead when his 35th-minute header looped into the Real goal left vacant by keeper Iker Casillas' rush out.

Atletico -- which had to substitute injured striker Diego Costa after just nine minutes -- wore out in extra time, failing to follow up on the Spanish league title it won last weekend.

"I feel bruised but not sadness," Atletico coach Diego Simeone said. "I'm proud of the extraordinary season we've had."

Real Madrid (July 26 at Cal) and Atletico Madrid (July 27 at Candlestick Park) will play in the Bay Area this summer.

MLS

Real Salt Lake (6-0-6) stretched its unbeaten streak to 12 games with a 0-0 draw with FC Dallas (5-6-3), matching the MLS record undefeated streak to start the season.

  • Gonzalo Pineda scored on a penalty kick in the 82nd minute to give Seattle (8-3-2) a 2-2 tie with Vancouver (4-2-5).

  • Patrick Mullins and Diego Fagundez scored goals, and New England (7-3-2) extended its unbeaten streak to seven games with a 2-1 win against D.C. United (5-4-3).

    Miscellany

    The Kansas City Chiefs signed first-round draft pick Dee Ford, a defensive end-outside linebacker from Auburn. He was the No. 23 overall pick. The four-year deal is reportedly for $8 million.

  • TJ Dillashaw, a 9-to-1 underdog, dominated bantamweight champion Renan Barao until the bout was stopped in the fifth round at UFC 173 in Las Vegas. Dillashaw landed a high left leg kick that sent Barao to the mat and added a few more strikes before referee Herb Dean stopped it. Also, Daniel Cormier beat Dan Henderson with a rear naked choke in the third round.

  • Maya Moore had 30 points as Minnesota (4-0) posted an 87-82 win over New York (1-2). Moore is the first WNBA player to score at least 30 points in four straight games.

  • Finland beat the Czech Republic 3-0 to set up a world hockey championship final against Russia in Minsk, Belarus. Russia beat Sweden 3-1. Jori Lehtera had two goals for Finland, while Pekka Rinne stopped 20 shots.

  • Taylor Phinney won the 19-mile time trial at the U.S. cycling championships, finishing nearly a minute better than Tom Zirbel in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Alison Powers won the women's race.