In the video below, Ronaldo is greeted by a standing ovation from Real's players and staff before going round to each member of the squad and shaking their hand.
Chile midfielder Vidal was shown a second yellow card by Kassai in the 84th minute for what was a clean challenge on Marco Asensio, tilting the game in Madrid's favour as they entered extra-time trailing 2-1.
Cristiano Ronaldo is "verging on ridiculous" after reaching a Champions League record of 100 goals, according to his former Manchester United team-mate Michael Carrick. The visitors' frustrations grew when an offside Ronaldo restored Madrid's aggregate lead in extra-time.
"I think everyone was a witness to a game that wrote history today".
Some decisions by the referee ultimately decided the match.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, left, celebrates with Marcelo after scoring his side's third goal during the Champions League quarterfinal second leg soccer match between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday April 18, 2017.
"In a quarterfinal you have to put a better referee, or it is the moment to introduce video refereeing, which is what UEFA are trying, because there are too many errors". Replays showing at least one of the goals was offside didn't puncture his happiness.More news: Ubisoft Adding Two New Offices for Major Titles
Casemiro was harshly penalized when Arjen Robben tumbled inside the Madrid box, whilst Lewandowski was also offside in the build-up to Ramos's own goal.
"Although I don't always score, I always work hard and try to help Real Madrid".
It was confirmed on Wednesday morning that Neuer will miss the remainder of the year with a broken foot suffered during the game, forcing him out for the next eight weeks.
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. "But now I'm feeling good and the team has been playing really well, that's what's important".
"We were in great shape mentally after we went 2-1 up and still had 11 players on the pitch". He scored three goals.
As you would expect, Los Blancos' fans were chanting his name at the final whistle, though it hasn't always been that way.