Real Madrid beat Bayern Munich to enter Champions League semis

Real Madrid beat Bayern Munich to enter Champions League semis

The Portuguese forward scored a hat-trick, which included his 100th goal in the Champions League, as Real beat their German opponents 4-2 on the night and 6-3 on aggregate.

The Bavarians cancelled out their 2-1 quarter-final first- leg defeat to take the game to extra time in Madrid.

Cristiano Ronaldo had yet another Champions League night to remember on Tuesday.

VARs - which rule on key incidents concerning goals, red cards, mistaken identities and penalties - could be used in English football as early as August, with the EFL Cup first round touted as a possible initial testing bed for the technology. "We have been shafted in the truest sense of the word", fumed Rummenigge during the team banquet. They were claiming that Casemiro should have been sent off and Cristiano Ronaldo's goals were in offside.

No time to celebrate, as Bayern will take the lead on an own goal just 90 seconds after the equalizer.

Alfonso, who won LaLiga with Madrid in the 1994-95 season and spent two years at Camp Nou later in his career, believes the entertainment factor of watching Spain's top two go head-to-head is made greater by seeing Messi compete with Ronaldo for personal supremacy.

The black mark of Madrid's stunning win over Bayern, were the many refereeing gaffes, which the FC crew dissect fervently.

"I think we played the game very well, we deserved more".

Keane also gave his views on the introduction of video replays to assist match officials, after a series of high profile errors cost Bayern Munich in their two games with Real Madrid. And we began to doubt a bit.

"The referee's task is quite hard, whether it's for or against us I won't get into it", Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said. Robert Lewandowski was adjudged offside when clean through on goal.

Ulreich has been rumored to be looking for a more regular starting opportunity elsewhere, so this could be his chance to showcase what he's able to do.

Germany star Thomas Mueller says Carlo Ancelotti's squad, which is eight points clear in the German league table and on course for a fifth straight title, can cope with the loss of experience.