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W hat a goal. What a run by Marcelo - that is ridiculous. Absolutely brilliant from Marceloa. Bayern are pinned back, Marcelo is essentially a forward at the moment and working the ball around the final third.
The move breaks down and Bayern attack, Costa whips in a brilliant ball from wide left and Nacho slides in to turn it behind before Muller had a tap in.
What a ball that was! Will they go all out?! Great ball from Ramos, calm control, composed finish T hiago is so good. He turns and sprints over about 10 yards, turning slow possession into a quick attack.
Anyway, Costa wins a corner, Kimmich swings it in and Navas is fouled by Hummels. R obben is booked for swearing very loudly at the linesman as he is knocked to the ground at the corner flag.
Casemiro definitely dives in the box - it is obvious - and the referee waves play on. But surely Casemiro should be shown a second yellow for simulation?
Regardless, Bayern counter quickly and Robben brings the ball forward Ronaldo is now furious with himself for trying to score from an impossible angle in the box but putting too much on the shot and slamming into the advertising boards.
T hiago is something else. He controls a punted ball that drops from miles out of the air on his chest and cushions a volleyed pass while three Real Madrid players close him down.
Ronaldo has it 30 yards out, looks up and rattles one towards goal! Neuer is at full stretch to turn it behind! Never in a million years was that even a foul for Vidal.
A potential classic, potentially ruined. Both teams are sitting back here. Ronaldo waves his defenders forward - they do have a man advantage, after all.
K immich tries a smart bit of skill just outside the Real box as Bayern attack down the right. Robben skips past his man but has a shot blocked, Bayern keep passing the ball about until Lahm fouls Marcelo.
Can Bayern hang on for 30 minutes of this? Fear in his eyes. A sensio is a fantastic player. Just imagine if there was a Virtual Assistant Referee and Bayern could have appealed that Vidal second yellow Is this going to go to penalties?
K immich comes on for Lewandowski for the final few minutes, and extra time. A really poor one. Vidal slides in and nicks the ball away but sends the Real player flying and the referee deems it a foul.
C osta gets a bit excited and tries a shot form 20 yards which flies way over the bar as Bayern try and ping passes back and forth on the edge of the Real box.
He goes for a Steve McManaman style scissor kick from inside the penalty area at the back post but hits the side netting! He should have put that back across the area.
Oocha that was a good chance. C asemiro has to be careful here. He fouls Robben on the edge of the box T hat is bizarre!
This could be a game that goes into extra time. R onaldo spots the space and the run about a second before Philipp Lahm does and moves behind Boateng to send a brilliant header past Neuer.
What a goalscorer this boy is. A lonso off, Muller on. O ooooh that is poor vision from Carvajal. Isco makes a great run on his left but Carvajal uses him as a dummy run so he can get a shot away himself, then overruns it and has to pass, but puts too much power on that attempt to get it to his side.
A lonso is booked for a foul in the middle of the pitch on Isco and Costa comes on for Ribery, just like he did in the first leg. Ribery is 34 years old now, which feels weird.
Lucas Vazquez is on for Isco now as well. That means even more pace on the counter-attack for Real, who are sitting extremely deep now and trying to play this one out.
A ll of a sudden Real have found their touch and keep the ball a while. Ronaldo is also veeeeery nearly played in behind but wanders just offside.
Douglas Costa is about to come on for Bayern. A sensio is the player to come on! He replaces Benzema, which means Ronaldo will go through the middle as a central striker and Isco and Asensio will play either side of him, perhaps in a more defensive shape.
He gets his first touch of the ball soon after on the left wing and curls a tricky, curling cross into the six yard box but Neuer saves. A lvaro Morata is getting ready to come on, Real have lost their grip on the match and changing something makes sense.
The Bernabeu sounds nervous. Vidal is chipped into the box, tries to hit the shot on the volley and skies it miles over. He really ought to have hit the target at least there.
L ewandowski scores from the spot, Bayern are right back in the tie! T he striker stares out Navas until he takes the kick, planting it straight down the middle.
Marcelo clears off the line Bayern come forward, Robben goes down under a challenge from Casemiro R eal are taking their time with setting up corners, wasting a few seconds here and there.
Kroos takes the latest effort, it bends into the box and is headed away. Isco takes a touch and then fires a low, powerful shot at goal but it fizzes wide of the post.
The crowd start chanting to get Vidal sent off but nothing happens, other than the free-kick. B ayern still just need one to win this, Real are very dangerous.
E nd to end stuff. Marcelo skips past a challenge, finds Ronaldo B ayern Munich win a free-kick about 35 yards from goal, spend ages setting it up, and then Alaba launches his shot about 80 yards over the bar.
W ow Real Madrid are good. Pass, move, pass, move, Modric turns his man twice, pass, move and eventually they work it all the way to the Bayern final third and Kroos is set up for the shot.
R onaldo is flattened as he tries to attack a cross with a header. B ayern cannot keep hold of the ball at the moment and Real work another shooting chance - this time Kroos gets too much under his shot and puts it high.
Modric chips a really high cross to the back post and it looks to be missing everyone but Ronaldo anticipates and is already about 20 feet high in the air trying to header it.
A mistake by Neuer! Real should be up! A cross from Carvajal is saved by the keeper but he lets it spill and the ball drops perfectly for Ramos to strike.
Neuer gets a good hand to it to turn it behind but no corner. Real win a corner shortly after anyway. F inally Real keep the ball for a bit and work it forward well to find Benzema moving into the channel.
Marcelo comes up to join in the fun, is allowed time to turn wide of the box and cross into the middle Robben tries to wriggle free on the right of the area before Kimmich sees an attempted cross blocked.
They bow out on aggregate to Atletico Madrid after a fantastic run to the last eight. Bayern are down to 10 after having Vidal sent off for two yellows six minutes from time.
One last push for Real perhaps? Kimmich on for Lewandowski. Munich having to sacrifice their star striker. Vidal gets a second yellow for a foul on Asensio.
It looks like he got the ball The goal that means this tie is all square at on aggregate. Casemiro does enough to see it out for a throw.
Real creaking at the back. A goal for Bayern now would surely be curtains for the holders. The Spanish defender inadvertently prods it into the corner after Lewandowski had caused anxiety to set into the Real rearguard.
Carvajal surges through the middle. Lewandowski almost bundles his way through the Real defence. It ricochets off a defender and back into the arms of Navas with Vidal lurking for the scraps.
Heartin mouth time for Real. That change means Ronaldo will play through the middle now. Meanwhile, Leicester are level on the night versus Atletico down on aggregate.
They need two more without reply to pull off the comeback. Bayern have real belief. Madrid are all over the place. Lewandowski likes playing against Real it seems They usually buy players who cause them problems!
Marcelo surges down the left and drills a lovely ball in from the byline that just evades Benzema. Lewandowski coolly sends Navas the wrong way from the spot.
Casemiro catches Robben on the left of the area. Vidal charges into a silly foul on Casemiro. The Chilean has already been booked and the home fans are screaming for a second yellow.
Real restart the contest. Bayern need two to stop the Spanish giants reaching the last four. Another flowing Real move ends with Kroos rifling in a yarder that Neuer gets down well to smother.
A wonderful Madrid counter. Marcelo drives through the middle with three-on-three and plays in Ronaldo on the left, but the Portuguese ace drills over the top.
Ronaldo races free on the right. Kroos curves over from 20 yards after Carvajal had picked the pocket of Alaba inside his own area. Marcelo with a delightful ball in for the run of Ronaldo who gets clattered by Hummels as he leapt to head the ball.
Superb, no nonsense defending from the German. Real Madrid have also never failed to score in their last 34 Champions League home games, longest ever run in the competition.
Barcelona were the last team to leave the Bernabeu with a clean sheet in April Alonso whips in the left-wing free kick, but Ronaldo hurls himself to the floor and wins a dubious foul off a bemused Hummels.
Meanwhile, Leicester are up against it versus Atletico. They trail on the night and on aggregate. The first goal is going to be massive tonight.
Bayern were so lively early on, but Real have finally grown into it. Carvajal finds himself free 25 yards out. Somehow the referee misses the touch and Bayern escape with a goal kick, much to the chagrin of Carvajal.
All five previous teams winning away from home in the first leg of their Champions League knockout tie have progressed to the next round. Marcelo whips in a lovely ball from the left, but Benzema thumps his header into the turf and wide of the far post.
Marcelo has looked the best attacking outlet for Real so far. Real trying to settle down a enjoy some possession, but Bayern nip in to break at pace.
Lewandowski makes a clever run to the far right of the area. The latter squares it for Thiago who sees a goalbound shot blocked by Marcelo with Robben smashing the loose ball into the side netting from a narrow angle.
Ronaldo steps up but curves it straight into the wall. Incidentally, Vidal will now miss the first leg of the semi final if Bayern were to turn this around and progress.
At the other end, Robben goes for goal but sees his shot deflect out for the first corner of the game. Thiago delivers, but Real easily clear.
Isco pounces on some sluggish play by Alonso. Real pour forward but Hummels steps in nick it off Ronaldo as he thought about pulling the trigger from distance.
Madrid clear but it comes straight back. Just your average home match? Not on your Nelly, this is a big as they come in terms of prestige and tradition on the European stage.
In the knockout stages, Ronaldo has scored 0. The Poland international has netted 15 in his last 11 appearances for Bayern - and the Bavarians need him to continue that run of form tonight.
Is Lewandowski key to a Bayern comeback? The Pole returns from the right shoulder injury he sustained against Dortmund on April 9. The striker has netted 46 times in 45 matches for club and country this term.
There is little between the clubs in 23 previous encounters. Ronaldo speaking about himself in the style of Zlatan Ibrahimovic: People who love Cristiano never have any doubts.
You have to tell me who doubts me because none of it has come to me. We cannot afford to leave Cristiano Ronaldo alone. We have a smaller chance than in the first leg, but we can definitely win this.
The first 60 minutes in the first leg were quite good, but we made too many mistakes after that. Bayern will play a great game, we know that. Bayern is a very good team in all the lines.
We know they can harm the rival but they have also flaws, like all the teams. The Chilean midfielder also missed a penalty and the hosts had Javi Martinez sent off.
Gareth Bale is out injured for Real, so Isco starts after his brace in the win at Sporting Gijon at the weekend. As for Bayern, Robert Lewandowski returns to lead the line after a two-match absence.
Carlo Ancelotti looks to be gambling on the fitness of both Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels as his side go for broke in a bid to turn this tie around.
Los Blancos are bidding to be the first side to retain the trophy in the current format and hold a advantage from an incident-packed first encounter in Munich last week.
Standby for more of the same!