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UEFA Champions League - Real Madrid-Juventus - Ronaldo edges Real Madrid past Juventus

UEFA Champions League - Real Madrid-Juventus - Ronaldo edges Real Madrid past Juventus

Juventus had hauled themselves back level in the tie in stunning fashion as they scored three goals at Santiago Bernabeu - strikes that appeared to be taking the tie to extra time due to a 3-3 aggregate score.

Unbelievably the Turin giants score a third to level the tie on the hour mark, as midfielder Blaise Matuidi capitalised on a awful error by home goalkeeper Keylor Navas to score from close-range.

Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, sent off for his furious protests over the decision, bitterly criticised referee Michael Oliver immediately after the match, saying he was out of his depth and should have been in the stands eating crisps.

Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo has set yet another Champions League record after their 3-1 loss to Juventus on Wednesday.

Bayern Munich played out a goalless draw against Sevilla to complete the Champions League's semi-final quartet - Bayern, Liverpool, Real and Roma.

The newly-crowned German champions, who had won their previous two home matches at Allianz Arena 6-0, came under the cosh as Joaquin Correa hit the crossbar with a header and Pablo Sarabia squandered a glorious chance for the visitors.

Cristiano puts his penalties away most of the time.

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"The pulse increased, but I calmed down, and I knew I'd be decisive".

It was the right call, although when Medhi Benatia made contact with Lucas Vazquez on the edge of the six-yard area it was the sort of challenge that on another night with another ref might have gone unpunished.

"Real Madrid could have scored more goals today, but Juventus and Buffon were great". The entire Juventus squad argued with the referee, feeling let down by a dubious decision.

"It was not such a clear penalty and that was why at the end of the game we were all angry, but it is normal and if we had not been, we should stop playing football". "Step-by-step, we are going to the semi-finals". And especially you need personality to referee a game like this.

Wojciech Szczesny came on but the Pole could do little to prevent Ronaldo from scoring the deciding goal, which saw Real go ahead 4-3 on aggregate, with bare seconds left in the tie.

"We want to win everything".

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