Ronaldo scored twice, Real won against Bayern 0

Ronaldo scored twice, Real won against Bayern 0

The Spanish representative gained a big advantage after the first leg thanks to a 2-1 victory with both important goals belonging to Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo shined at an important moment to help Real open the door to the semi-finals.

Goals: Vidal (25′) – Ronaldo (47′, 77′).

Ronaldo ended seven months of failure with nearly 11 hours of playing time in the Champions League in the best way for him and Real.

Bayern had a good first half with Arturo Vidal opening the score.

Real, after dying, rose strongly in the second half.

Between the two goals, Ronaldo directly reduced Bayern to 10 people after forcing Javi Martinez to receive two consecutive yellow cards for fouling him.

Winning the first leg gave Real the lead and a two away goal advantage.

Ronaldo scored twice, Real won against Bayern

Ronaldo almost had a hat-trick if the man in goal wasn’t as good as Neuer.

Ronaldo has not scored in the Champions League since September last year and only had two shots before meeting Bayern.

The Portuguese star deserved praise even when he missed within 5m50 at the end of the match.

Ronaldo’s two goals helped Real maintain its scoring streak in all 53 matches in all competitions this season.

Ronaldo scored twice, Real won against Bayern

Vidal hugged his face after missing a penalty kick.

Bayern entered the important match against Real without their main striker Lewandowski, who scored 38 goals in 40 matches this season.

It seemed that Ancelotti’s faith in his midfielders was a great success when Ribery won a penalty at the end of the first half. After hitting Carvajal’s hand, Vidal blew away the opportunity to finish off his opponent early with a shot over the bar.

Bayern were unable to repeat their impressive performance in the second half with only two attacks on Real’s goal compared to 11 times in the first half.

Notable statistics of the match Bayern 1-2 Real

Ronaldo ended a streak of six consecutive matches with 659 minutes played without scoring in the Champions League.

Ronaldo scored six goals in the last five matches against Bayern in the Champions League.

Ronaldo has 100 goals at the club level at the UEFA playground including 97 goals in the Champions League, one in the Champions League qualifying round and two in the European Super Cup.

Vidal has scored three goals in the last two matches in the Champions League, equal to the number of goals the Chilean player had in the previous 29 matches.

It only took Javi Martinez 173 seconds from receiving the first yellow card to the second.

In Champions League history, Juventus (22) is the only team to receive more red cards than Bayern (18, equal to Arsenal).

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