- End of E.T 2nd Half
- E.T 2nd Half
- Cristiano Ronaldo109'
- E.T 1st Half
- Cristiano Ronaldo104'
- 2nd Half
- Ramos (o.g.)77'
- Cristiano Ronaldo76'
- Lewandowski (P)53'
- 1st Half
Real Madrid - FC Bayern Munich
Champions League - 19 April 2017
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FT after ET: Real Madrid 4-2 Bayern. The holders prevail 6-3 on aggregate after the Bavarians had threatened a stunning recovery. An own goal from Sergio Ramos levelled the tie at 3-3 after Ronaldo had cancelled out Lewandowski's penalty. Vidal was then sent off in a major turning point and Real ran away with it in ET with Ronaldo (2) and Asensio sealing their progress.
Real just knocking it about now. This is all over. The holders are into the semi finals for the seventh straight season.
Hummels heads the free kick well wide.
Bayern with a free kick on the right.
Looks like Atletico and Real are in the last four. What a night for Madrid!
REAL CHANGE: Kroos off, Kovacic on.
This is hard on Bayern who will feel some big decisions went against them at the crucial point in the tie.
- GoalMarco AsensioReal Madrid
GOAL! It's 4-2 on the night and 6-3 on aggregate. Asensio seals the tie with a mazy run and lovely right-foot finish beyond Neuer and into the far corner.
Just the 41 Real M trebles for Ronaldo. Simply awesome.
- GoalCristiano RonaldoReal Madrid
GOAL! Ronaldo makes it 3-2 on the night and 5-3 on aggregate. Marcelo breaks free and puts it on a plate for the Portuguese to tap home his 100th goal in the CL. It's a perfect treble too.
VIDEO: Ronaldo's second of the night and fourth of the tie.
Wonderful ball in towards Muller from the left, but Nacho is there to divert it away from the German who was waiting to slide home inside the six-yard box.
We can no longer have penalties. If Bayern level on the night they will go through on away goals.
- E.T 2nd Half
KICK OFF! Real restart the contest.
- End of E.T 1st Half
HT in ET: Real 2-2 Bayern.
Replays suggesting Ronaldo was offside. Bayern will feel aggrieved by two big decisions if they lose this tie now.
- GoalCristiano RonaldoReal Madrid
GOAL! Real are level once again and it's that man Ronaldo. It's 99 in the CL as he takes down Ramos' cross and fires beyond Neuer. It's now 4-3 to Real on aggregate.
Navas punches the corner clear as he gets clattered by Hummels. Free kick to Real.
An ex-Bayern legend is still fuming over that Vidal red card.
Vazquez cuts it back from the right for Ronaldo who smashes well wide of the near post.
Asensio tries to sneak a shot in at the near post, but Neuer is down well to push it wide.
Casemiro goes down in the box under a challenge from Boateng. The referee waves play on. Bayern break. Robben plays in Costa on the left of the box, but he flashes wide of the far post with Kimmich arriving for what would have been a tap-in.
Ronaldo sees a piledriver from distance palmed away by Neuer. The attack continues with Marcelo eventually drilling wide of the far post.
From what we've seen so far, you'd think Real had 10 men.
Hummels commits a foul on Ramos and the corner comes to nothing.
Costa causing Carvajal problems down the left. He attempts the cross that loops off the Real man and out for a corner. Danger for Real.
The match stats that have brought us to ET. Neither side have created much of note so far.
Real fans not happy with the way their team have started. They have the man advantage after all.
Bayern on the front foot at the start of extra time. Robben tries to wriggle free on the right of the area before Kimmich sees an attempted cross blocked.
- E.T 1st Half
KICK OFF! Bayern get ET underway.
Meanwhile, Leicester are OUT after drawing 1-1 at home to Atletico. They bow out 2-1 on aggregate to Atletico Madrid after a fantastic run to the last eight
- End of 2nd Half
FT: Real 2-2 Bayern. It's 3-3 on aggregate after a pulsating second period. Ronaldo cancelled out Lewandowski's penalty, but an own goal from Ramos means we are heading to extra time. Bayern are down to 10 after having Vidal sent off for two yellows six minutes from time.
Ramos rises but miscues a header wide. It's all set for extra time now.
Costa crosses towards Muller, but it's cut out on the slide by Ramos. One last push for Real perhaps? wonderful work by Marcelo on the left but his dinked cross towards Ronaldo is guided behind by Hummels.
Hummels nods clear to Modric who steadies himself before sizzling a drive over the top.
Tend to agree with this... Four minutes added. Can Real snatch another equaliser and avoid ET?
Modric flicks it towards Asensio who can't turn in the area and it deflects off him and through to Neuer.
- OffRobert LewandowskiFC Bayern Munich
- OnJoshua KimmichFC Bayern Munich
BAYERN CHANGE: Kimmich on for Lewandowski. Munich having to sacrifice their star striker.
That red card could well cost Bayern. They looked the more likely to progress....
Fair to say this tie has had everything!
Asensio has a pop but it's easy enough for Neuer.
And the pendulum swings back the way of Madrid. It's 11 v 10 with extra time looming.
- Red cardArturo VidalFC Bayern Munich
RED CARD! Vidal gets a second yellow for a foul on Asensio. It looks like he got the ball... harsh?
Vazquez volleys into the side netting after being left unmarked to meet a left-wing cross.
VIDEO: The goal that means this tie is all square at 3-3 on aggregate.
Costa shoots from 25 yards but it's well over the bar.
Thiago takes it. Casemiro does enough to see it out for a throw. Real creaking at the back. A goal for Bayern now would surely be curtains for the holders.
A deep Bayern free kick comes Ramos. Corner to the visitors.
Great stat for Ronaldo, but he'll feel sick right now.
Wow - what a crazy few minutes!
- Own-goalSergio RamosReal Madrid
GOAL! Ramos own goal! It's 2-1 to Bayern and 3-3 on aggregate. It's all square in this tie.The Spanish defender inadvertently prods it into the corner after Lewandowski had caused anxiety to set into the Real rearguard.
- GoalCristiano RonaldoReal Madrid
GOAL! Real are level and it's that man Ronaldo once again. It's 3-2 on aggregate as he powers a header into the far corner from Casemiro's probing cross.
- OffXabi AlonsoFC Bayern Munich
- OnThomas MüllerFC Bayern Munich
BAYERN CHANGE: Alonso off. Muller on. Is that the last time you'll see Xabi in the CL?
- Yellow cardMats HummelsFC Bayern Munich
Hummels booked for a lunge on Modric.
Carvajal surges through the middle. He's got players either side of him, but goes for glory and sees his shot deflect off Hummels and away from the danger zone.
PHOTO: Spot on.
- OffIscoReal Madrid
- OnLucas VázquezReal Madrid
REAL CHANGE: Lucas Vazquez on, Isco off.
- OffFranck RibéryFC Bayern Munich
- OnDouglas CostaFC Bayern Munich
BAYERN CHANGE: Ribery off, Costa on.
- Yellow cardXabi AlonsoFC Bayern Munich
Alonso booked for a foul on Isco.
Lewandowski almost bundles his way through the Real defence. It ricochets off a defender and back into the arms of Navas with Vidal lurking for the scraps. Heartin mouth time for Real. There's still a long time to go in this one.
Plenty of time for Bayern. The hosts need to switch mentality.
That change means Ronaldo will play through the middle now. He's barely had a kick in this second period. All Bayern now.
- OffKarim BenzemaReal Madrid
- OnMarco AsensioReal Madrid
REAL CHANGE: Benzema off, Asensio on.
Real preparing to bring on Morata... No it looks like it'll be Asensio.
Meanwhile, Leicester are level on the night versus Atletico (2-1 down on aggregate). They need two more without reply to pull off the comeback.
Bayern have real belief. Madrid are all over the place. Lahm's cross drops for Alaba who sees his shot charged down.
Brilliant defending by Nacho with Lewandowski rising behind him at the far post.
PHOTO: Lewandowski celebrates.
Interesting stat re. Robben.
SAVE! Navas dives to his right and holds onto the ball after Ribery had met Lahm's deep cross. bayern fancy this.
Lewandowski likes playing against Real it seems... They usually buy players who cause them problems!
Marcelo surges down the left and drills a lovely ball in from the byline that just evades Benzema.
Chance for Vidal... but he volleys over on the stretch. Real wobbling.
Game on now! Never in doubt for Lewandowski who has netted eight penalties from eight this term.
- Goal by penaltyRobert LewandowskiFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Lewandowski coolly sends Navas the wrong way from the spot. It's 2-2 on aggregate, but Real still lead on away goals scored.
BAYERN PENALTY! Casemiro catches Robben on the left of the area.
OFF THE LINE! Marcelo saves Real with a brilliant header off the line to clear Robben's dinked effort with Navas stranded.
A second corner is nodded into the path of Isco who takes a smart touch before fizzing a low drive inches past Neuer's right-hand post.
Ronaldo's free kick flicks off a Bayern head and out for a corner....
Vidal charges into a silly foul on Casemiro. The Chilean has already been booked and the home fans are screaming for a second yellow. The referee keeps calm and it's just a free kick to Real 25 yards out, to the far right of the area.
Hope for Bayern? They haven't scored in over 200 minutes in all competitions now...
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! Real restart the contest. Bayern need two to stop the Spanish giants reaching the last four.
- End of 1st Half
HT: Real 0-0 Bayern. Both sides have had chances but it's so far, so good for Los Blancos who still lead 2-1 on aggregate.
SAVE! Another flowing Real move ends with Kroos rifling in a 25-yarder that Neuer gets down well to smother.
Can Bayern snare a breakthrough to makes this very interesting going in at the interval?
A wonderful Madrid counter. Marcelo drives through the middle with three-on-three and plays in Ronaldo on the left, but the Portuguese ace drills over the top.
- Yellow cardCasemiroReal Madrid
Casemiro finally booked. Alaba fires the free kick way off target.
Bayern free kick 35 yards out.
Robben tries to break but Casemiro makes sure he doesn't! Lucky to escape a caution there.
Kroos with a chance 18 yards out... great block by Hummels.
STAT - Madrid's last 12 Champions League home games: W10 D2.
PHOTO: Ronaldo and Hummels battle for the ball.
Ronaldo races free on the right. He's got Benzema in the middle but opts to go it alone and drills a shot from an awkward angle straight at Neuer.
CLOSE! Kroos curves over from 20 yards after Carvajal had picked the pocket of Alaba inside his own area.
Marcelo with a delightful ball in for the run of Ronaldo who gets clattered by Hummels as he leapt to head the ball. Superb, no nonsense defending from the German.
Real Madrid have also never failed to score in their last 34 Champions League home games, longest ever run in the competition. Barcelona were the last team to leave the Bernabeu with a clean sheet (2-0 in April 2011).
Alonso whips in the left-wing free kick, but Ronaldo hurls himself to the floor and wins a dubious foul off a bemused Hummels.
Bayern break from a Real corner. Ribery leads the charge but is brought down by Casemiro.
Meanwhile, Leicester are up against it versus Atletico. They trail 1-0 on the night and 2-0 on aggregate.
OFF THE LINE! Ramos sees his drive from 12 yards brilliantly blocked by Boateng with Neuer in no man's land after fumbling a driven cross from the right.
The first goal is going to be massive tonight. Bayern were so lively early on, but Real have finally grown into it.
SAVE! Carvajal finds himself free 25 yards out. He collects Ronaldo's pass and flashes in a low drive that Neuer tips past the post. Somehow the referee misses the touch and Bayern escape with a goal kick, much to the chagrin of Carvajal.
STAT: All five previous teams winning 2-1 away from home in the first leg of their Champions League knockout tie have progressed to the next round.
Carvajal drives a ball in from the right but Ronaldo can't grow enough to get his head on it. Better from Madrid.
CLOSE! Marcelo whips in a lovely ball from the left, but Benzema thumps his header into the turf and wide of the far post.
DID YOU KNOW? Only twice in UEFA Champions League history have a team overhauled a first-leg home defeat to win the tie.
Bayern's full backs pressing high and causing the hosts all sorts of trouble. It's not pretty back there, but Nacho gets an important head on a dangerous flick into the area to avert the danger.
Marcelo has looked the best attacking outlet for Real so far. As ever, he's been rather keen to get down that left flank.
Overall, Real's record at home to German opposition is W23 D5 L3. Bayern's away record against Spanish clubs is W6 D5 L14.
Bayern looking the more likely to break the deadlock at this point.
Real trying to settle down a enjoy some possession, but Bayern nip in to break at pace. It's played for Robben, but Navas sees the danger and sprints way out of his area to clear.
Nacho rises but can't quite reach the deep left-wing delivery.
Marcelo marauds down the left and sees a driven cross diverted behind for a corner.
Ancelotti will be delighted with this start.
Vidal lets fly from 25 yards but it flashes just over the top. Good effort.
Real deal with the resulting corner but the visitors are looking menacing here.
Lewandowski makes a clever run to the far right of the area. He's only faced by Ramos but can't shrug off the defender, who blocks his attempted cross with Bayern players pouring into the middle in support.
BIG CHANCE! Alaba and Ribery combine to tear Real's defence to shreds on the left. The latter squares it for Thiago who sees a goalbound shot blocked by Marcelo with Robben smashing the loose ball into the side netting from a narrow angle.
Ronaldo is so often the man for the big occasion - but not that time.
Ronaldo steps up but curves it straight into the wall. Incidentally, Vidal will now miss the first leg of the semi final if Bayern were to turn this around and progress.
- Yellow cardArturo VidalFC Bayern Munich
Vidal booked for lunging into a sliding tackle on Isco. Free kick 25 yards out, right of centre.
Bayern with a very strong and highly experienced line up tonight. Will it count in their favour?
At the other end, Robben goes for goal but sees his shot deflect out for the first corner of the game. Thiago delivers, but Real easily clear.
Isco pounces on some sluggish play by Alonso. Real pour forward but Hummels steps in nick it off Ronaldo as he thought about pulling the trigger from distance.
Bayern go straight for the jugular from the kick off, but can't conjure up anything from a promising position on the left. Madrid clear but it comes straight back. An early cross is met by Lewandowski who can't find a teammate with the nod down.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! Bayern get this second leg underway.
Don't forget, Madrid's neighbours Atletico are also in action in the Champions League last eight at Leicester tonight. Can the Foxes' fairytale continue?
Just your average home match? Not on your Nelly, this is a big as they come in terms of prestige and tradition on the European stage.
Ronaldo v Lewandowski: In the knockout stages, Ronaldo has scored 0.72 goals per game (46 in 64 games). That's a better rate than in the group stages (0.71). /// Lewandowski has scored in each of his last three Champions League games (three goals), but he’s never managed four in a row in the competition. The Poland international has netted 15 in his last 11 appearances for Bayern - and the Bavarians need him to continue that run of form tonight.
Bayern Munich’s last three goals in the Champions League have all been scored by Arturo Vidal.
Is Lewandowski key to a Bayern comeback? The Pole returns from the right shoulder injury he sustained against Dortmund on April 9. The striker has netted 46 times in 45 matches for club and country this term.
BEST KEEPER IN THE WORLD? Zidane is a big fan of Manuel Neuer, describing him as 'the wall' following a series of top-drawer saves that kept 10-man Bayern in it during the second half of the first leg.
HEAD-TO-HEAD: There is little between the clubs in 23 previous encounters. Bayern have won 11 matches to Madrid's ten, with two draws; Bayern have scored 34 goals, Madrid 33. Madrid's record at home to Bayern is W8 D1 L2 F17 A9.
Ronaldo speaking about himself in the style of Zlatan Ibrahimovic: "I don't know who doubts me... People who love Cristiano never have any doubts. You have to tell me who doubts me because none of it has come to me."
Carlo Ancelotti: "Small details decided the first leg and we have to focus on those. We cannot afford to leave Cristiano (Ronaldo) alone. We have a smaller chance than in the first leg, but we can definitely win this. The first 60 minutes in the first leg were quite good, but we made too many mistakes after that."
Zinedine Zidane: "The first leg result is not definitive, so we need to play another great game. Bayern will play a great game, we know that. It’s going to be decided in small details and we have to be ready. Bayern is a very good team in all the lines. We know they can harm the rival but they have also flaws, like all the teams. We’ll try to play our game and prepare well the game, like the first leg."
Ronaldo's double saw him notch up a century of European goals - and he's looking for more to finish the job off tonight: "Hopefully there’ll be another double at Santiago Bernabeu. We have a small advantage and I hope the fans will be with us because it’s going to be a difficult battle to reach the semi-final."
Cristiano Ronaldo's brace secured a 2-1 win for Real at the Allianz Arena after Arturo Vidal's opener. The Chilean midfielder also missed a penalty and the hosts had Javi Martinez sent off.
Gareth Bale is out injured for Real, so Isco starts after his brace in the 3-2 win at Sporting Gijon at the weekend. As for Bayern, Robert Lewandowski returns to lead the line after a two-match absence. Carlo Ancelotti looks to be gambling on the fitness of both Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels as his side go for broke in a bid to turn this tie around.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - REAL MADRID: Navas; Carvajal, Ramos, Nacho, Marcelo; Casemiro, Kroos, Modric; Isco, Benzema, Ronaldo... Subs: Casilla, Danilo, Lucas Vazquez, Asensio, Kovacic, James, Morata. /// BAYERN MUNICH: Neuer; Lahm, Boateng, Hummels, Alaba; Alonso, Vidal, Thiago; Robben, Ribery, Lewandowski... Subs: Ulreich, Bernat, Rafinha, Kimmich, Costa, Coman, Muller.
This is the 24th European Cup/Champions League fixture between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid – the 18th under the Champions League era – a record in the history of the tournament.
Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of the Champions League quarter final, second leg between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. Los Blancos are bidding to be the first side to retain the trophy in the current format and hold a 2-1 advantage from an incident-packed first encounter in Munich last week. Standby for more of the same! Kick off 7.45pm BST.