Did the officials rob Juventus to send Real Madrid into semis?

Did the officials rob Juventus to send Real Madrid into semis?

Juventus had wiped out Real Madrid's three-goal advantage from the first leg with Mario Mandzukic scoring twice before Blaise Matuidi levelled the tie at 3-3 after an hour.

The Old Lady midfielder Sami Khedira has explained referee Michael Oliver was not 100 percent sure when he pointed towards the spot kick after Real's Lucas Vasquez went down inside the six yard box following a contact from Medhi Benatia.

Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo has set yet another Champions League record after their 3-1 loss to Juventus on Wednesday.

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.

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The newly-crowned German champions, who had won their previous two home matches at Allianz Arena 6-0, came under the cosh as Joaquin Correa hit the crossbar with a header and Pablo Sarabia squandered a glorious chance for the visitors.

Ronaldo has scored 21 goals in his last 11 matches in all competitions, and has netted in 11 straight Champions League matches. "I knew it would be a decisive penalty, thank God I scored and we went through". "We struggled with our game".

It was Juventus that got a rather surprise early opener in the 2nd minute as Sami Khedira produced a handsome lofted cross into the box, where Mario Mandzukic rose highest to head the ball straight under the crossbar and beyond the goalkeeper to make the scoreline. 0 - 1.

To say Juventus were unable would be the biggest understatement of the season. "Step-by-step, we are going to the semi-finals".

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"For the penalty, my heart was beating hard, but I tried to stay calm".

"What happened to Barcelona wasn't going to happen to us because we're Real Madrid". The referee blew the whistle and you can't change that.

However, tempers were flaring and fuming in the away bench as Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri was visibly frustrated by the ref's decision late in stoppage time. We can talk about the penalty: for me, it is, and for others it isn't. "We suffered and this has to serve as a lesson for us that in football you can't take anything for granted, you have to keep fighting until the end".

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