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Cristiano Ronaldo's Champions League career in numbers
21 April 2017, 03:26 | Terri Saunders
Arturo Vidal bemoans "robbery" in Champions League tie
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a controversial hat-trick to become the first man to reach 100 Champions League goals as Real Madrid overcame 10-man Bayern Munich 4-2 after extra time in a thrilling quarterfinal second leg. "They are two big names who have finished their great careers in a suitable manner with a spectacular game", said Hummels.
Two of Cristiano Ronaldo's three goals were clearly off side, adding to Bayern's frustration and anger with the referee's decisions after being eliminated by a Spanish team for the fourth consecutive time in the competition.
"We keep talking about how hard it is to score goals".
"I watched both games against Bayern".
Ronaldo celebrated his first goal - a thumping header from a Casemiro cross - by putting a finger to his lips and turning towards the stands.
"Meanwhile, Barcelona defender Gerard Pique - who has often claimed referees favour Real - tweeted "." following a string of decisions which went the way of the Madrid club. In a game of such intensity the result can not be decided by the referee. Replays showing at least one of the goals was offside didn't puncture his happiness.
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"We had thought of everything going into this game - except the referee", Ancelotti said. Ultimately Bayern went toe-to-toe with the reigning European champions, a side turned into a winning machine by coach Zinedine Zidane, and came up only marginally short.
"As for my limits, I always try to play well, and I'm fortunate enough to have scored three really important goals (on Tuesday) and I'm over the moon (about my record)".
Lewandowski, who captains the Polish national squad, stormed into the referee's dressing room after the match accompanied by Spain's Thiago Alcantara and Vidal to express their opinion, Spanish media wrote. I think it was impossible to play Real Madrid with 10 men. "It was an unfortunate, undeserved and bitter defeat".
At the other end Tony Kroos fired just wide, while Ronaldo took his time in the area to allow Manuel Neuer to make the save.
"Our team gave it everything, you mustn't forget that some of our players had knocks", he said on the club website.
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Benjamin Mendy whipped in a cross from the left-hand-side towards former Manchester United and Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao. But Dortmund are an excellent team with great players. "If we hadn't thought we could do it, we wouldn't have done it".