Last-gasp Ronaldo goal sends Real Madrid through to semi-finals

Last-gasp Ronaldo goal sends Real Madrid through to semi-finals

Last-gasp Ronaldo goal sends Real Madrid through to semi-finals

Until, Mehdi Benatia was adjudged to have fouled Lucas Vazquez in the penalty box, leading Michael Oliver to award Real Madrid a last-gasp penalty.

Only European champions Real Madrid can better Bayern's tally of 11 semi-final appearances in the Champions League.

"Since I've been here there's always been a bad performance in this competition and I always believed we would come through", Carvajal said. "Then they played a good game - they were good and we were bad". "It's a shame it ends like this".

Then during Wednesday night's Champions League drama against Juventus at the Bernabeu, he showed a huge amount of composure in possession for large parts, and although he gave it away twice during promising counter attacks, Isco impressed for the majority.

Juventus travelled to face European champions Real Madrid with a 3-0 deficit to make up from the first leg at the Allianz Stadium in which they had lost 3-0.

That deficit made Wednesday's return leg seem like an impossible task for Juventus but they got off to the flawless start when Mario Mandzukic opened the scoring with a header two minutes into the match. The South American spilled a cross from Costa after being put off by Matuidi's run across him, allowing the Frenchman to score from close range. Cristiano Ronaldo stepped and smashed the penalty kick past the visitor's substitute goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny to seal the win. He celebrated by taking off his shirt and running toward the euphoric Madrid crowd.

Ronaldo, who scored his 120th Champions League goal before celebrating with his shirt off in front of the Real fans, admitted he had to calm himself down before stepping up for the memorable victory.

"We could've scored five or six goals, so we ought to be proud". "That allowed their team to grow and it made things hard for us".

'What happened to Barcelona wasn't going to happen to us because we're Real Madrid'.

Trailing 3-0, Juventus needed a positive start to get back into the tie and Mandzukic gave the Bianconeri the flawless start by heading home Sami Khedira's lofted cross to the back post with 90 seconds played to make it 1-0 on the night and 3-1 on aggregate. Just after Mandzukic got his second goal, Raphael Varane rattled the crossbar with a header to which Buffon got his fingertips.

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