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Bayern Munich file complaint over 'violent attacks' by Spanish police

20 April 2017, 06:34 | Erica Roy

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For the first time, I've got some sort of mad rage inside me, because we had a shafting. Rage, because we were swindled.

Chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said at the team's post-match banquet in Madrid: "Manuel Neuer has injured himself badly, he will be out for eight weeks".

Cristiano Ronaldo had yet another Champions League night to remember on Tuesday.

He said, "In the game today I think we could have won and played the next round but the referee made a lot of errors ..."

I know that this is football and sometimes it can happen. "Today was also such a game".

"When we led 2-1 they were scared".

After we went 2-1 up and with 11 players, we were in great mental shape and then we had the wind taken out of our sails.

Ancelotti agreed with Vidal in principle, saying the referee "had a bad night, full stop" after seeing his side bounced out of the Champions League 6-3 on aggregate.


"Maybe they will not whistle him any more", said Zidane in defense of his star man. "We played really well and were so close to the semifinals. They were decisive scenes".

Of course, the game was not without controversy as Cristiano Ronaldo's hat trick pushed Real Madrid to beat Bayern Munich. "It wasn't even a foul".

Cristiano Ronaldo is "verging on ridiculous" after reaching a Champions League record of 100 goals, according to his former Manchester United team-mate Michael Carrick. "You have to say that", Hummels acknowledged.

And reporter Jose Luis Sanchez, of Atresmedia TV programme "El Chiringuito de los Jugones", said Robert Lewandowski, Arturo Vidal - sent off in the 84th minute for a controversial second yellow card - and Thiago Alcantara entered the official's dressing room and insulted him before police intervened. He did make contact with Marco Asensio but only after he got his toe to the ball.

"The referees sometimes give for you and others take it away".

10-man Bayern Munich, who had seen Arturo Vidal sent off by that point, were initially gritty and positive. The linesman's flag was not raised, though, and the Portuguese obliged with a lethal left footed finish.

Pic: Getty ImagesThe Bayern Munich forward was furious with the decisions that went against his side as Real Madrid advanced to the last four of the competition.



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