Wolfsburg 2-0 Real Madrid: Champions League quarter-final, first leg – as it happened - The Guardian

Maximilian Arnold, left, of Wolfsburg celebrates with his team-mates scoring his team's second goal. Photograph: Oliver Hardt/Bongarts/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn ...and more »

Marcelo dive: Real Madrid defender 'must stop acting', says Wolfsburg coach - The Guardian

Footage of Marcelo's dive in Real Madrid's defeat to Wolfsburg went viral. Photograph: BT Sport. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share on Google+ · Share on ...and more »

Real Madrid suffer shock first leg defeat at Wolfsburg - Times of India

WOLFSBURG: Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid suffered a shock 2-0 Champions League defeat at Wolfsburg in Wednesday's quarter-final, first-leg to leave them on the verge of a European exit. Just five days after ending Barcelona's 39-game unbeaten run ...and more »

UEFA Champions League 2016: Wolfsburg shock Real Madrid in quarter-final first leg - Sydney Morning Herald

Real Madrid suffered their first defeat in the Champions League this season when they were surprisingly beaten 2-0 at VfL Wolfsburg in their quarter-final first leg on Wednesday (Thursday AEST).and more »

Champions League quarter-final previews - The Guardian (blog)

Looking to bounce back from their disappointment in el clásico at the weekend, favourites Barcelona host Real Madrid's city rivals Atlético in the quarter-finals. Diego Simeone's side are capable of frustrating the holders over two legs but, despite ...and more »

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid in the Champions League Final would be a fitting finish to football's most famous ... - Daily Mail

The European Cup was 45 years old before two teams from the same nation qualified for the final. Given the country in question's steely grip on the tournament, even once it morphed into the Champions League, of course they were Spaniards. In 2000, Real ...and more »

Marcelo's laughable dive sums up Real Madrid's pathetic night - Telegraph.co.uk

Goals from Ricardo Rodriguez and Max Arnold inside the first 25 minutes were enough to hand Wolfsburg a surprise victory in their Champions League first leg quarter final. Max Arnold vs Real Madrid. Max Arnold scores Wolfsburg's second goal. However ...and more »

UEFA Champions League 2016: Luis Suarez double sees Barcelona recover to beat Atletico Madrid - Sydney Morning Herald

Barcelona's Luis Suarez netted twice for a 2-1 win over 10-man Atletico Madrid in their Champions League quarter-final, first leg on Tuesday (local time) after the visitors' Fernando Torres opened the scoring and was later sent off.and more »

Keylor Navas' historic Champions League streak ends in Real Madrid loss - The Tico Times

Real Madrid's Costa Rican goalkeeper Keylor Navas argues with Wolfsburg's midfielder Maximilian Arnold (left) during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final, first-leg football match between VfL Wolfsburg and Real Madrid on April 6, 2016 in Wolfsburg, ...and more »

Diego Simeone and Filipe Luis state Barcelona got better treatment from referees than Atletico Madrid - The Independent

Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone and defender Filipe Luis have both hinted that Barcelona received preferential treatment from officials during the 2-1 Champions League quarter final defeat at the Nou Camp. Luis Suarez scored twice as Barcelona ...and more »