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Mats Hummels reveals Bayern's physiological scars after losing to Real Madrid

Mats Hummels reveals Bayern's physiological scars after losing to Real Madrid”

Cristiano Ronaldo on Tuesday scored a hat-trick to send Real Madrid through to the UEFA Champions League semi-finals with a 4-2 extra-time win and 6-3 aggregate victory against 10-man Bayern Munich in controversial circumstances. Our team gave it everything, you mustn't forget that some of our players had knocks.

However, Bayern's numerical disadvantage told after Vidal saw his second yellow card and Ronaldo made the most of an assistant referee's leniency to complete his hat trick.

Casemiro was harshly penalized when Arjen Robben tumbled inside the Madrid box, whilst Lewandowski was also offside in the build-up to Ramos's own goal. "We are going to have to fight hard again over two games in the semifinals and the goal is to get to Cardiff".

Bayern's effort in taking the game to a 3-3 draw after two sets of 90 minutes was despite missing key players Mats Hummels and Robert Lewandowski from the first game. I didn't tell them to be quiet - never.

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They will have to do it, though, without goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who broke his foot in the game.

"The referee's task is quite hard, whether it's for or against us I won't get into it", Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said.

The Portugal forward added: "We knew we had to play very well because Bayern can score goals from anywhere on the pitch and proved to be an excellent team, but Real Madrid is Real Madrid". And Real fans were quick to make their feelings known as the 32-year-old produced an error-strewn first-half display.

Much like the first leg six days ago though, Madrid weathered the early storm and had plenty of chances to go in front before half-time.

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Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti agreed with Vidal and said in his media conference that the referees needed video help.

Ronaldo is no longer untouchable, with Zinedine Zidane happy to rest him for less important games so that he arrives in top condition for the big clashes.

Ronaldo is the player opposition fans usually jeers, and he embraces that as he normally shuts them up with his masterful display and goals.

"The fans will always appreciate Cristiano for all he has done here".

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