Ronaldo hat trick puts Madrid into Champions League semis

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Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer may be sidelined for the rest of the season after fracturing his left foot during the 4-2 loss to Real Madrid in their Champions League quarter-final second leg. He then scored from an offside position minutes later to make it 3-2.

Bayern played a man down from the 84th minute after Arturo Vidal picked up his second yellow card of the night for a foul on Asensio.

"Yeah, you know in my opinion it's a shame because you see such a great game", said to Viasat.

Marco Asensio gave a night of high-class action the finale it deserved with a sensational solo goal to rub salt in Bayern wounds. In fact, Boateng and Hummels' defending was absolutely first class and proof that when they are fit, Bayern possess the finest defensive line in Europe.

"Maybe they will not whistle Ronaldo any more". In trying to snuff out Lewandowski after substitute Thomas Müller had helped the ball along, the ball bounced off the Real Madrid captain and creeped into his own net.

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Bayern, the 2013 Champions League victor, had made it at least to the semifinals for the last five seasons.

While there was some doubt over the legitimacy of his second effort at Santiago Bernabeu, the same questions were asked of his third.

Madrid boss and Ancelotti's former assistant Zinedine Zidane had a different version of events as both Bayern's goals also came about in controversial fashion.

Sergio Ramos' own goal had levelled the tie 3-3 on aggregate but as Bayern continued to threaten, their chances of progressing to the Champions League semi-final were reduced after Vidal was sent off with six minutes of normal time remaining.

Isco hit back at criticism of Real Madrid's victory over Bayern Munich as the Germans "were awarded a penalty that wasn't one".