The visitors came back strong in the second half, with Cristiano Ronaldo grabbing his first two minutes in the second half. "I really wanted to reach this milestone".
His goals helped give Real the upper hand ahead of next Tuesday's second leg. Half an hour later he poked the victor through Manuel Neuer's legs. Doubters? I don't know who doubts me.
Ronaldo himself added: "It's an honour to reach this number". Mbappe netted inside 20 minutes before an own goal by Sven Bender made it 2-0 at half time. "We suffered a lot in the first half".
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The pivotal moment of the game was Arturo Vidal's missed penalty according to Ronaldo. It was Martínez's replacement Juan Bernat that Ronaldo beat to the ball for the clincher.
The Bayern defensive midfielder had not long picked up a caution for a foul on Ronaldo when the Portugal forward went to dash clear again.
Ever the perfectionist, the 32-year-old Ronaldo was not completely satisfied with his record-breaking performance, according to current coach Zinédine Zidane. "In the end, they could have scored even more". "This is the level of his ambition". Second half was a different Ronaldo. The former France global said his team's patience and ability to wrest possession away from Bayern had been key. Football is a real bag full of surprise and in a few minutes anything can happen. The big German, though, will not want to see a replay of Ronaldo's victor, when he toe-poked the ball in from six yards, which squirmed through Neuer's legs. If Madrid plays as well as this game especially on the defensive side they will be able to win their next game against Bayern but nothing is for sure.
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Draisaitl was ejected with the Oilers trailing 5-0 in the second period after spearing Chris Tierney between the legs. The Sharks split the first two games of the series in Edmonton without Thornton. "I took another step tonight".
A Paulo Dybala double ensured Juventus took a massive step towards the semi-finals after a commanding win over Barcelona in Turin. "I'm in good condition", he said.
And the Portuguese player said he has made major changes to his training regime to ensure he is injury free at the end of the campaign unlike recent seasons. "The boss has done a great job with rotations and we're ready for the final stretch".
The four-time Ballon d'Or victor ended his first European goals since September with the 47th-minute equaliser before putting Madrid in the box seat 13 minutes from time.
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