Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid 1-2 Real Madrid go into the next leg with two away goals as the Spanish giants came from behind to Beat Baye...
Real Madrid go into the next leg with two away goals as the Spanish giants came from behind to Beat Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
Arturo Vidal opened the scoring with a powerful header from a corner and should have converted an Arjen Robben cross after the winger expertly picked him out.
The Chilean midfielder would once again be in the thick of things when he missed a penalty kick. Bayern Munich were awarded a penalty for a supposed Carvajal handball- replays showed the ball had struck the defender on the chest- but Vidal would blast his penalty over the crossbar.
Ronaldo would grab a valuable away goal after the break after converting from a cross; The goal would end the Portuguese's seven-month UCL goal drought with his last coming during the group games.
Bayern's Javi Martinez would be sent off after picking up a second yellow card for fouling Ronaldo on the counter.
And Real Madrid would make their numbers count. Ronaldo would stab a shot through the legs of Manuel Neuer to ensure Los Blancos went into the return leg with a comfortable scoreline.
Sergio Ramos had a last-minute header correctly ruled out for offside before Ronaldo lost his footing when seemingly well placed to meet a cross when unmarked four yards out.
Atletico Madrid vs Leicester City
Leicester City kept Atletico Madrid within reach as they restricted the dominant Spaniards to a single goal in their Champions League quarter-final first leg.
Koke had already hit the visitors' post in the first half when the referee judged Marc Albrighton's foul on Antoine Griezmann had been inside the penalty area.
Replays showed contact was made outside the box but Griezmann duly stepped up to send Kasper Schmeichel the wrong way.
Fernando Torres slipped as the goal beckoned in the second half but, that chance apart, Atletico struggled to carve out clear-cut openings against a stubborn Leicester defence.
Robert Huth - who will be banned for the second leg after being booked - saw a shot blocked and Shinji Okazaki narrowly failed to make contact with a low cross in the best of Leicester's rare raids forward.
Despite giving up 68% of possession and failing to register a shot on target, Leicester will take heart from their previous encounter with La Liga opposition.
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