Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Madrid walivyoidhalilisha Bayern Munich

Victory: Goalscorer Ronaldo is congratulated by Gareth Bale during Real Madrid's comprehensive winSo happy: Ronaldo mimes the number 15 with his fingers after breaking the tournament scoring recordAerial duel: Robben climbs highest to head the ball on and gets the better of Ronaldo in the air


Bayern Munich 

(4-2-3-1): Neuer 4; Lahm 5, Boateng 5, Dante 5, Alaba 5; Kroos 5, Schweinsteiger 5; Robben 5, Mueller 5 (Pizarro 5, 71), Ribery 4.5 (Gotze 5, 71); Mandzukic 4 (Martinez 5, 46). 

Subs not used: Raeder, Van Buyten, Rafinha, Hojbjerg. 

Booked: Dante.

Real Madrid 

(4-3-3): Casillas 7; Carvajal 7, Pepe 7.5, Ramos 9 (Varane 6, 74), Coentrao 7; Modric 7, Alonso 7, Di Maria 8 (Casemiro 84); Bale 7.5, Benzema 7.5 (Isco 5, 80), Ronaldo 8. 

Subs not used: Diego Lopez, Marcelo, Morata, Illarra. Booked: Alonso.
Scorers: Ramos, 16, 20, Ronaldo 34, 88.

MOM: Sergio Ramos.

Referee: Pedro Proenca (Portugal) 8.5.

Rapid: Bale gets the better of Bayern Munich's Spanish midfielder Javi Martinez down the wingOn the attack: Cristiano Ronaldo fires the ball past Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer to score Real's thirdStrength: Ronaldo chases a forward ball as he holds off Bayern defender Jerome BoatengAll sewn up: Cristiano Ronaldo fires home a free-kick to complete Real Madrid's victory over BayernEcstatic: Ronaldo wheels away to celebrate with Gareth Bale (left) and Luka Modric after scoringFlying high: Bayern defender Jerome Boateng jumps in the air to evade a sliding challenge from RonaldoSkills: Ribery gets the better of Bale during Tuesday's Champions League semi-finalCelebrations: Sami Khedira (left), Ronaldo and Modric acknowledge the travelling Real Madrid faithfulTeam effort: Ramos is congratulated by Xabi Alonso (left), Angel Di Maria and Gareth Bale (second right)Diving header: Ramos doubles the advantage for Los Blancos as a helpless Neuer watches onBossing it: Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti celebrates his side's third goal on the touchlineHuge blow: Bayern Munich players look dejected after going behind to Real Madrid in the second legBad day at the office: Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola watches on as his side are beaten by Real Madrid

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