Bayern blasts referee after loss to Madrid

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Neville said he could see Ronaldo playing for longer than Messi and scoring more goals than his Argentine rival.

Ancelotti made the case for video technology immediately after the game, saying the mistakes were unacceptable for the Champions League quarterfinals.

The match saw a lot of controversy with questions over the second and third goals scored by Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo.

Thomas Mueller said he found it hard to blame a referee for a defeat "but today there's no way around it". He is unique and we are happy for him and for the team.

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"If you look at the way things went, it is extremely hard when you are playing with 10 against 14".

Ronaldo is Real's top scorer in La Liga this season with 19 goals. One of Bayern's goals also looked off side.

Bayern held a 2-1 lead after 90 minutes; an identical scoreline of the first-leg result at the Allianz Arena, forcing the fixture into extra-time.

"He has shown that in the key moments, he is there". He always knows when there's an important occasion and he's going to be there.

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Rummenigge likened the manner of the defeat in Madrid to that against Manchester United in the 1999 final after two injury-time goals, and to the loss against Chelsea on penalties in the 2012 final in its own stadium.

A number of Bayern's players have since slammed Kassai for his display, with Vidal and Franck Ribery both posting pictures on Instagram of Ronaldo standing in a blatant offside position.

Leicester City meanwhile, are on the verge of the unthinkable: a place in the semifinals. "We want to win it again this year".

Alonso, who won both Euro 2008 and 2012, plus the 2010 World Cup with Spain, was equally pragmatic, but admitted it was special to make his 119th Champions League appearance at his former club Real.

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"All I ask is that they don't boo me here, that's all", Ronaldo said.

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