Real Madrid's Kroos thanks Bayern fans for cheering son

Frederick Owens
April 21, 2017

Ronaldo hit a hat-trick on Tuesday to add to the double he scored in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final, his goals helping to seal a 4-2 win in the Spanish capital and a 6-3 triumph on aggregate.

The black mark of Madrid's stunning win over Bayern, were the many refereeing gaffes, which the FC crew dissect fervently.

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.

Ronaldo leveled, heading beyond Neuer in the 76th minute from a fine cross by Casemiro, but Bayern restored overall parity within a minute when Ramos prodded into his own net after a scramble in the area. We conceded two goals which were clearly offside.

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"We wanted to go through and there's a lot of anger in that a match of such intensity is decided by the referee". Robert Lewandowski was also incorrectly pulled back for offside when Boateng sent a long ball through for what would have been a good chance for Bayern.

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Ancelotti said Real manager Zinedine Zidane agreed with his assessment of Hungarian referee Kassai's "negative" performance at the Bernabeu.

His triple took his UEFA Champions League tally to an incredible 100 goals - a milestone no other player has achieved in the competition's history.

The Frenchman mentor said: "We played against the best team by the way, but we scored six goals and they scored three, so we deserved to go through", Zidane said. First Vidal was sent off for the an non-foul on a Real Madrid simulation.

"The team was literally in ruins in the changing room", he said.

"One year of hard work, thank you referee, bravo!" was the caption on one of his photos.

Rummenigge said: "Our team gave it everything, you mustn't forget that some of our players had knocks".

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