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Ronaldo can not understand Juventus penalty protests

16 April 2018

Real Madrid fans in Ghana joined thousands of the club supporters around the globe to celebrate the team's triumph over Juventus which sealed a semi-finals berth in the UEFA Champions League.

Real missed several chances to take the lead in the tie through Isco, Varane and Ronaldo, before the late drama to cap off a quite unbelievable game of football.

Real Madrid progressed to the semi-finals after Cristiano Ronaldo scored a last-minute penalty to seal a 4-2 aggregate victory over Juventus. He played a ideal ball to the far post, and Mandzukic was able to use his height advantage over Carvajal to bring Juventus within just one goal on aggregate.

Do you think the referee was right to award the penalty? His 41st goal of the season spared Real's blushes after Juventus had come from 3-0 down from the first leg to level the tie at 3-3.

"Life goes on. I'm happy and proud of how we played, we made the impossible possible".

It was the first time in 22 home Champions League matches that Bayern had failed to score, while Sevilla's misery was compounded in stoppage when Correa was sent off.

The 32-year-old should never have been allowed on the sidelines, however.

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Spanish giants Real Madrid have qualified for the semi finals of the Champions League despite suffering a 1 - 3 defeat at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.

Blancos coach Zinedane Zidane started the second half with a double-substitution, replacing Bale with Lucas Vazquez and opting for Marco Asensio over Casemiro.

Needless to say, the reaction to the match has polarised opinion.

Perhaps unfairly, an irate Gianluigi Buffon was showed a red card for arguing the call, and Wojciech Szczesny was brought on to try to save Juventus' comeback hopes.

"There was no VAR tonight".

I knew we would be up against it, but I didn't expect what happened in the first minute. The penalty tonight was a similar incident to the one involving [Juan] Cuadrado in the first leg. We must remember that we beat Real Madrid 3-0 on their own turf and only a insane person would've believed that going in. I would have had two subs to work with - I'd held those back to change the game.

"I'm really disappointed with what's been said".

Ronaldo can not understand Juventus penalty protests