Bayern Munich Furious with the Referee: We Were Robbed


Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat trick to become the first man to score 100 Champions League goals as holder Madrid completed a 4-2 win Tuesday, going through 6-3 on aggregate.

With a 10-man Bayern then chasing the game in the closing minutes of extra-time, further goals from Ronaldo and Marco Asensio sealed the tie. "The emotion will only come after the season is over", said Lahm, 33, who captained Germany to their 2014 World Cup win and made his 112th Champions League appearance in Madrid.

Bayern's head coach Carlo Ancelotti walks off the pitch after losing the Champions League quarterfinal second leg soccer match between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich with a 4-2 score at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday April 18, 2017. It was not a red card, and for their goals it was offside for one, maybe two.

Of course, the game was not without controversy as Cristiano Ronaldo's hat trick pushed Real Madrid to beat Bayern Munich.

Vidal was dismissed for his second booking and to add injury to insult, Bayern's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is sidelined for the next eight weeks after fracturing his foot while trying to save Ronaldo's second goal.

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Ramos told Marca, "He should rewind and look back to the PSG game and see if he thinks the same about the referees".

"It was a very hard-fought game, but in the end, we got a good result, which I believe we deserved".

His Real Madrid counterpart Zinedine Zidane did not want to discuss the refereeing but he claimed Bayern's second goal could have also been ruled offside. "It was pretty clear and we start to doubt a little bit", the Chilean midfielder said.

"Bayern feel the behaviour of the Spanish police is utterly out of place and excessive, and have lodged a complaint with UEFA about the actions of the Spanish police". Barca increased their grip on possession after the break and spent most of the remainder of the game in their opponents' half trying to carve out chances, but Juve were always ready for them. "The referee probably wasn't up to the task", said the Italian manager.

"If the referee didn't make mistakes we don't know what would have happened", added Ancelotti, who was returning to the Bernabeu for the first time since being sacked as Real boss in 2015.