Cristiano Ronaldo has said he does not understand the reaction of the Juventus players as they conceded a penalty in the dying moments of the Champions League quarter final second leg on Wednesday evening.
After Juventus successfully levelled the tie at 3-3 (on aggregate), against all odds, the tie seemed destined for extra-time only for Michael Oliver to award Real a penalty deep into injury-time.
In a wide open start to the game, Isco had the ball in the back of Juventus' net, but the flag was up for offside as he followed up after Buffon spilled Ronaldo's shot.
Buffon was shown a straight red for his protests, and they continued for another four minutes before Ronaldo struck into the top corner past Szczesny to win it for the hosts.
Hanging in the air at the back post, Ronaldo nodded down to Vazquez who looked certain to score from five yards before Medhi Benatia desperately challenged him from behind.
"It was a match in which we suffered", Ronaldo said.
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'What happened to Barcelona wasn't going to happen to us because we're Real Madrid'.
That means the Spanish worldwide has only given the ball away twice in the month of April, which is absolutely ridiculous when you think about it.
Roma's 4-4 comeback from a 4-1 first leg loss against Barcelona should have sounded a note of warning to Zidane's men that anything is possible in football.
In dramatic fashion, Real Madrid saved themselves from an embarrassing collapse - and probably saved Zinedine Zidane's job. I didn't see it. For the penalty, my heart was beating hard, but I tried to stay calm.
"We started the game saying to each other that we had 0.000001 percent chance of qualifying but you never know in life, especially because we have a team with players with unbelievable characters who are capable of everything", he said.
'We should face and we did everything possible to go through, ' he said.
MUNICH (AP) - Bayern Munich reached its sixth Champions League semifinal in seven seasons with a 0-0 draw against Sevilla in the second leg of their quarterfinal on Wednesday. Only European champions Real Madrid can better Bayern's tally of 11 semi-final appearances in the Champions League. "We deserved to go through to the semi-finals over the course of the tie and we can be pleased with that".