Semi-final elation for Real Madrid and Liverpool [GALLERY]

Semi-final elation for Real Madrid and Liverpool [GALLERY]

Semi-final elation for Real Madrid and Liverpool [GALLERY]

The former Roma winger has enjoyed an incredible first season at Anfield, becoming just the third player in Liverpool history to score 40-plus goals in a single season and winning a slew of personal accolades.

Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich semifinal second leg is the topic of Omar Momani's new cartoon. "I'm not the only one who believed in him, the players did too and tonight the fans showed their appreciation", added the Frenchman. "We will do everything possible, to fight, to defend our title at any cost, but it's nice to get to the final for the third time in a row".

The Brazilian defender blocked a cross from Joshua Kimmich in the penalty area at the end of the first half with the score at 1-1, but Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir gave a corner.

In last season's quarter-final meeting with Real at the Bernabeu, Bayern were left incensed after Arturo Vidal was controversially sent off and Madrid scored two goals that looked to be from offside positions.

Real have not been as dominant as previous seasons, when their BBC (Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Ronaldo) strikeforce was in full flow and Luka Modric and Toni Kroos ran the midfield. You will always suffer", Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said."Nothing is easy.

When quizzed on whether a penalty should have been awarded, the Brazil worldwide added: "Well, if it hit my hand, I'd say so".

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"I do not talk about the referees, but it is clear that sometimes it is wrong in our favor and other times against".

Jupp Heynckes' side can count themselves very unlucky, as the veteran coach was missing a number of first-team regulars through injury, including Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal.

The Bundesliga champions also had a penalty appeal waved away when their Polish striker Robert Lewandowski went down under a challenge from Real captain Sergio Ramos.

"I do not feel the emotion "yes, now it's over", I'm disappointed with the result, especially for the players". "Keylor Navas was outstanding and he saved Madrid on many occasions".

"We really wanted to go to the final, we did our best and then this unnecessary mistake happened - I can not explain it. If you have the chances we had, you have to get to the final". "Not just because of the goals, but his overall performance was fantastic".

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