Germany: Berlin clears-up Champions League chaos

Berlin's council workers and street sweepers were out in force Sunday following the chaos of hosting the Champions League Final. The German capital was filled with fans of both Juventus and Barcelona as the two battled it out for Europe's highest title. Barcelona won with a 3-1 victory. Their goals came from Ivan Rakitic, Luis Suarez and Neymar. Rakitic opened the scoring on the fourth minute, making it the third quickest goal in a final in the history of the competition. Alvaro Morata pulled one back for the Italian champions in the second half, a strike that was cancelled out by Suarez's strike in the 68th minute. Brazilian sensation Neymar then finished the game off in extra-time, resulting in a dominant Barca securing their fourth Champions League trophy in ten years.