Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Marcelo Takes Champions League Shot At Barcelona

Marcelo Takes Champions League Shot At Barcelona

Real Madrid fans in Ghana joined thousands of the club supporters around the globe to celebrate the team's triumph over Juventus which sealed a semi-finals berth in the UEFA Champions League.

Juventus came out desperate for the opener in a pulsating opening 45 minutes, and got the goal they craved after just two minutes as Mandzukic headed home at the far post from Sami Khedira's deft cross.

While the changes resulted in more possession for the hosts, the Bernabeu remained on edge and the apprehension was borne out at the hour mark, as a Navas blunder set up Blaise Matuidi to level the aggregate score at 3-3.

The reaction to the award of the penalty has continued, and Madrid coach Zidane said he found some of the talk embarrassing.

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The defending champions outfit have made it through to Champions League semi finals for the eight straight time and are hoping to win the tournament in their third successive year.

Ramos has already seen 24 red cards in a Real Madrid shirt.

The twelve (12) times champions of the competition went to the Juventus Arena when the two sides met in the first leg of the tie and won by three goals to nothing.

Modric has chalked up 13 goals and 38 assists in 250 appearances for Madrid, but it is the manner in which he makes his side tick that is the most impressive facet of his game.

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The Spaniard was involved in a verbal exchange with Allegri near the final whistle after Ronaldo tucked his penalty away.

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Over in Italy, Corriere dello Sport go with the headline "what a robbery!" with a picture of the Juventus players surrounding referee Michael Oliver after the penalty decision.

With Madrid three goals up from the first-leg against the Italian champions, Zinedine Zidane opted to start Bale at the Bernabeu on Wednesday evening. We knew that we'd have to dig in against a side that put in a great performance and that press high up the pitch.

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Juventus had done superbly to come back from a 3-0 first-leg deficit and were leading the second leg 3-0 themselves only to be denied a chance to force extra time right at the death.

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