Bayern Munich file UEFA complaint over Madrid police 'attack' - Hindustan Times

Eye-witnesses said that riot police stormed Bayern Munich's section of the ground to remove a banner, which led to the fans attacking officers, who replied in kind. Bayern Munich lost the UEFA Champions League quarter-final to Real Madrid.

Ronaldo wants the boos to stop - The Tribune

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring. After scoring his third goal, Ronaldo put his finger to his lips to the supporters who had booed him earlier. AFP. Madrid, April 19. Cristiano Ronaldo asked for immunity from the boos of the ...

Real Madrid set Champions League record with 7th straight trip to the semifinals - FOXSports.com

After going six years of not making a Champions League semifinal from 2003/04 to 2009/10, Real Madrid have now set a record of consecutive semifinals reached. After knocking off Bayern Munich on Tuesday, the Spanish giants have made it to seven ...

Neuer out for season with foot fracture - Gulf Times

Germany's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is out for the rest of the season after fracturing his left foot in Bayern Munich's Champions League defeat at Real Madrid, his club announced yesterday. The Bayern shot-stopper and Germany captain suffered the injury ...

Michael Carrick has paid tribute to his friend and former Manchester United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo, after ... - ManUtd.com

Ronaldo netted a hat-trick in Real Madrid's quarter-final second leg win over Bayern Munich at the Bernabeu on Tuesday night, helping Los Blancos to reach the last four of the competition for a seventh consecutive year. The first 16 contributions to ...

Bayern Munich complains of unfair officiating — and policing — in Champions League loss to Real Madrid - Washington Post

To classify Tuesday's Champions League quarterfinal between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid as chippy would be an understatement. Things in Madrid got downright ugly due to controversial officiating, as well as fan and reportedly even player run-ins with ...

Bayern Munich complain to UEFA over fan treatment in Spain - Eurosport.com AU

Bayern Munich have filed a complaint with UEFA over what they described as "violent attacks" by Spanish police on their fans during half-time of their Champions League defeat to Real Madrid. Baton-wielding officers clashed with away supporters at the ...

Cristiano Ronaldo right to challenge Real whistle culture - Irish Times

There are supposed to be about 1,300 words in this article. It is tempting to just spend 1,287 of them listing the things that Cristiano Ronaldo has done at Real Madrid – and there are more than enough of them to take up all that space, that is for ...

Bayern Munich Players Reportedly Removed by Police from Referee's Dressing Room - Bleacher Report

Bayern Munich trio Thiago Alcantara, Robert Lewandowski and Arturo Vidal reportedly had to be removed by police from referee Viktor Kassai's dressing room after the German club's 4-2 UEFA Champions League defeat to Real Madrid on Tuesday.

Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 'filled with unbelievable rage' after referee Viktor Kassai's ... - The Sun

BAYERN MUNICH chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has described his feeling of “unbelievable rage” after the frenetic Champions League defeat to Real Madrid. The Bundesliga chief was left utterly devastated by referee Viktor Kassai's performance during ...

WATCH: Toni Kroos' son scored at the Bernabeu...and the Bayern Munich fans loved it! - FourFourTwo

Bayern Munich supporters put their painful Champions League defeat to Real Madrid to one side to cheer on Toni Kroos' son. Share0Tweet0Email0Share0. Published. 53 min ago. Losing any game as a supporter is disappointing, but particularly a ...

Madrid vs. Bayern showed need for VAR - ESPN FC (blog)

The black mark of Madrid's stunning win over Bayern, were the many refereeing gaffes, which the FC crew dissect fervently. Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal says his side were robbed in their quarterfinal Champions League defeat to Real Madrid. We really ...

Bayern blasts referee after Champions League loss to Madrid - The Hindu

'We were swindled. Swindled in the truest sense of the word', says chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. Bayern Munich has singled out Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai as the decisive factor for its Champions League quarterfinal exit to Real Madrid. “I have ...

Ronaldo at his best again in key moment of the season - New York Daily News

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring his side's third goal 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, ...

Bayern lodge official complaint over police charge in Bernabéu - AS English

The Bundesliga club have issued a statement terming the actions of Spanish police in Madrid "completely out of place and disproportionate." As.com ACTUALIZADO: 19 April 2017 15:56h CEST. Bayern Munich have filed an official complaint with Uefa over ...

Barcelona News: Messi and Pique fury, Juventus decision, Guardiola backed to return - Express.co.uk

Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique were reportedly furious after Real Madrid beat Bayern Munich 4-2 in the Champions League last night. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick as Real rode their luck to progress - but two of his goals looked offside. As a ...

Bayern complains to UEFA about Spanish police - Miami Herald

Bayern Munich has lodged a complaint with UEFA against Spanish police over the halftime incidents in its Champions League quarterfinal at Real Madrid. Bayern says, "On Tuesday yesterday there were violent attacks by Spanish police against Bayern ...

Bayern 'in ruins' after exit, but domestic titles beckon - New Straits Times Online

Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben and Thiago Alcantara celebrate after Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos scores an own goal and the second goal for Bayern Munich. Reuters pix. By Reuters - April 19, 2017 @ 9:38pm. BERLIN: Bayern ...

Cristiano Ronaldo Asks Real Madrid Fans To Stop Booing After Another Rescue Act - News18

Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo defied boos from Real Madrid's infamously demanding fans to "demolish" Bayern Munich and set another personal milestone with 101 Champions League goals. On a night of high drama and controversy at the Santiago Bernabeu ...

Atleti's Gabi wants Barcelona to join Madrid sides in Champions League semis - Goal.com

Atletico Madrid captain Gabi wants Barcelona to complete another improbable comeback against Juventus and continue Spanish dominance of the Champions League. Barca & the top 10 comebacks ever. Atleti battled to a 1-1 draw against Premier League ...