Cristiano Ronaldo wants boos to stop after rescuing Real Madrid again

Roy Keane doesn't use the G word often but he couldn't help himself on Wednesday night

Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo was showered with praise

Ronaldo scored a "perfect" hat trick on Tuesday, with his head, right foot and left foot, as Madrid defeated Bayern 4-2 after extra time to advance to the semifinals 6-3 on aggregate.

Ronaldo has paid tribute to Bayern for their performance over the two legs, but insists that his team were "fair winners". In the first half we had a lot of chances, but failed to score and it's to be expected that we would have to dig deep in a game like this one.

The result of the match certainly did not sit well with Bayern, as Real Madrid's second and third goals were said to be offside. "We gave all that we could out on the pitch and used up all our reserves".

Manuel Neuer suffered a broken foot in Bayern Munich's Champions League defeat at Real Madrid and looks set to miss the rest of the season.

"If the referee didn't make mistakes we don't know what would have happened", added Ancelotti, who was returning to the Bernabeu for the first time since being sacked as Real boss in 2015.

The goals constituted his seventh Champions League hat-trick and his 41st since joining Real Madrid.

"We were hung out to dry, that's what happened", Rummenigge told a post-match dinner in the early hours of Wednesday.

That has many calling for video assistant referees in the Champions League, and Ancelotti is now a convert.

The Portugal forward had scored both goals in Madrid's 2-1 first-leg win in Germany last week.

And Vidal vented his fury after the match, per Marca: "This robbery can not happen in the Champions League, it was clearly noticeable and it starts to make you doubt [the game] a bit".

Two of Cristiano Ronaldo's three goals looked off side, adding to Bayern's anger with the referee's decisions as they were eliminated by a Spanish team for the fourth straight time in the competition.

Bayern, who trailed 2-1 from the home leg against Madrid, made a fight of it on Tuesday night as they levelled the tie at 3-3 after 90 minutes to force extra-time.

Defender Mats Hummels said the decisions "hurt", while Jerome Boateng said, "10 against 14 is hard to play". In a quarter-final you have to have a referee with more quality, I think. "It hurts to go out in extra time, but we were a man down for over an hour across the tie".

"When the game went 2-1 (to Bayern), they got scared and the referee began his "show" and then with a man less, it is very hard".

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