Ramos hits back at Pique over Barcelona man's Ronaldo tweet

Ross Houston
April 20, 2017

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo clenches his fist after scoring during the Champions League quarterfinal second leg soccer match between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday April 18, 2017.

He sustained the injury in extra time during Cristiano Ronaldo's third goal of a wild-back-and-forth and is expected to be out for eight weeks.

The disturbances quickly died down and Bayern soon gave the travelling 4,000 from Germany something to cheer when play resumed.

But the hosts didn't escape moments later when referee Viktor Kassai pointed to the spot as Robben went down under a challenge from Casemiro.

Marcelo, who moved to Madrid in 2007 was outstanding against the Bundesliga giants in his 400th game for Real.


But just two minutes later Ramos misplaced a pass and could only watch as the ball rolled into his own net.

"They are two offside goals, the bad red card, Casemiro should have been sent-off before me and it makes a big difference", Vidal added as Real's Casemiro could have also been dismissed for a second booking on more than one occasion.

"You can't decide a semi-final spot like this".

"When two big teams meet like this in the Champions League, such a robbery can not happen".

Everyone's favourite Spanish keyboard warrior was at it again on Twitter last night after Cristiano Ronaldo's extra-time goal saw the Portuguese striker not flagged for offside.


Both players are legends in their own right, but whereas Lahm has spent his entire career in one country, Alonso has been spreading his magic all over Europe with those from Bayern, Liverpool and even Real having had the opportunity to see him up close.

He has now scored 85 goals in 85 appearances in the Champions League for Madrid.

"He [Cristiano Ronaldo] is a fantastic player, of course".

Messi has 94, 11 of which have come in this season as the competition's top scorer.

The German giants felt referee Viktor Kassai was at fault for their elimination from the UCL after losing their quarter-final tie 6-3 on aggregate following some odd calls in the second leg on Tuesday night.


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