Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo says he did not understand Juventus players' furious protests - including a straight red card for visiting goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon - at the 93rd-minute penalty which the Portugal global scored to decide Wednesday's dramatic Champions League quarterfinal second leg at the Bernabeu.
Juventus had hauled themselves back level in the tie in stunning fashion as they scored three goals at Santiago Bernabeu - strikes that appeared to be taking the tie to extra time due to a 3-3 aggregate score.
The penalty, awarded for a foul by Medhi Benatia on Lucas Vazquez, was greeted with howls of protest although it was exactly the sort of decision which Juve's rivals and critics say tend to go the way of the Turin side in Serie A.
Gianluigi Buffon was sent off for his protests against Oliver and was scathing of the official's performance after the match, although Juve great Alessandro Del Piero felt the penalty was the right call.
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Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo has set yet another Champions League record after their 3-1 loss to Juventus on Wednesday. "Lucas was tackled from behind and if they don't give him the penalty, it's a goal".
Malaga are 14 points adrift of safety but Zidane remains wary of the threat posed by Jose Gonzalez's men, especially after Real's efforts in their dramatic Champions League quarter-final triumph over Juventus.
"It wasn't a odd game, but we didn't expect to concede in the first minute".
Mario Mandzukic scored twice in the first half before Blaise Matuidi scored another goal after the break to wipe out Madrid's three-goal advantage from the first leg.
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Conte swiftly responded by hauling off the disappointing Alvaro Morata and Davide Zappacosta for Pedro Rodriguez and Giroud.
"We are in the semi-final now and I'd rather talk about the game".
The Coach made some surprising decisions, using 21-year-old Jesus Vallejo in defence for suspended Sergio Ramos and picking Gareth Bale rather than Karim Benzema.
He told a pre-match press conference: "Malaga are bottom and maybe they don't deserve to be there".
Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid goalscorer: "My pulse was racing but I stayed calm, I knew it was decisive". We can talk about the penalty: for me, it is, and for others it isn't.
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Coyle had an excellent scoring chance in the first minute and Minnesota had the first five shots of the game. They had five shots on goal at the five-minute mark of the first period and 12 more the rest of the way.
It was the first time in 22 home Champions League matches that Bayern had failed to score, while Sevilla's misery was compounded in stoppage when Correa was sent off. "I'm happy and proud of how we played, we made the impossible possible".